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“We’re running this like a clinical program. It’s more like a medical residency than a j-school.”
The new tool, developed at Columbia, aims to help newsrooms measure the qualitative and quantitative impact of their stories after publication — not just in terms of pageviews.
We have the hardware, the software, and the crowds. What’s next?
“Sometimes the technology leads, and sometimes, the journalism has to lead.”
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