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The Project for Excellence in Journalism is a tax exempt research organization in the US that uses empirical methods to evaluate and study the performance of the press. It asserts that it is "non partisan, non ideological and non political". Its director is Tom Rosenstiel, a professor of journalism who has served as a media critic and political correspondent for the 'Los Angeles Times' and 'Newsweek'. Wikipedia*

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The Project for Excellence in Journalism is a tax exempt research organization in the US that uses empirical methods to evaluate and study the performance of the press. It asserts that it is "non partisan, non ideological and non political". Its director is Tom Rosenstiel, a professor of journalism who has served as a media critic and political correspondent for the 'Los Angeles Times' and 'Newsweek'..

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