Media watchdogs create web site

December 1998
Editor & Publisher;12/19/98, Vol. 131 Issue 51, p45
Trade Publication
Reports that the Twin Cities Project on the Media and the Public has created a Web site to keep tabs on how the news media is performing in Minnesota. Publication of the report `Media Matters, Improved News Coverage: Shared Responsibility, Mutual Benefits'; Results of the interview with 90 Twin City business and community leaders; Proposals to restore balance and credibility.


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