Survey Finds Slack Editing on Magazine Websites
By Stephanie Clifford
Published: February 28, 2010
1. They survey was conducted by the Columbia Journalism Review.
2. No one sponsored the research, only the Columbia Journalism Review was involved.
3. CJR hoped the study would spark conversations about standards for magazines’ Web sites. “This is the first attempt to at least get the data out there,” and would like the Columbia Journalism Review to hold a conference about the findings.”
4. The survey had specifically included information on methodology. The Columbia Journalism Review “surveyed 665 consumer magazines on the practices and profitability of their Web sites.” “For the project, Mr. Navasky and his researchers contacted about 3,000 magazines in the summer and fall of 2009, and 665 of them completed the survey.” Columbia plans to release the survey on Monday and publish it.
5. The results did communicate in a clear informative manner that showed enough statistical facts.
6. Both pie graphs was used in a clear informative manner.