News Quality Scoring: Surfacing Great Journalism From the Web
Presented By Frederic Filloux, Senior Research Fellow, Stanford University
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Originally presented: 28 February 2018
Quality journalism is massively under-valuated with no advertising correlation between production costs and economic value … and editorial quality production gets buried amid new products. In work being done by famed French media expert Frederic Filloux at Stanford, algorithms are being developed to define quality, quantify journalism, surface stories, and score them – at scale and with machine-readable signals. In this INMA Webinar, learn how Frederic has built the model, what the quantifiable signals are, and what advertising and editorial valuations might look like in value creation.
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