Quote counts as a success metric: quantifying a criticism of Voice of America

@article{Nelson2018QuoteCA,
  title={Quote counts as a success metric: quantifying a criticism of Voice of America},
  author={Toby S. Nelson},
  journal={The Journal of International Communication},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={116 - 136}
}
  • Toby S. Nelson
  • Published 19 September 2018
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of International Communication
ABSTRACT A leading criticism of American international broadcasting is that the flagship US external service Voice of America (VOA) does not consistently include quotes from US officials, or descriptions of US policy, in its foreign affairs reporting. That claim, however, has never been tested. In this study, a sample of VOA news reports filed during three recent periods of international conflict was analysed to determine the quantity that included quotes from American officials or descriptions… 

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