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Should Journalists Know How Many People Read Their Stories?

from The Atlantic

Soon, reporters at two of the country's leading newspapers will have access to the most basic type of digital analytics: They will be able to see web-traffic data for their own stories. That is, they will at least know how many people clicked on them, where they came from, and how long they lingered. On Thursday, The Washington Post — in a concession to its reporters' union — told journalists they would soon have access to this data, which they had long demanded. more


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