The project was funded through grants from the
Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation and APME Foundation, and also
was supported by the Center for Advanced Social Research at the Reynolds Journalism
Institute, University of Missouri, and the Poynter Institute’s NewsU.
goal of the Online Journalism Credibility Project was to help newsrooms create
standards and new and better policies and practices in the rich and expanding
world of news coverage online.
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