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Share of interpretive journalism in national media in Sweden 2018

In 2018, the share of interpretive journalism in different national media in Sweden varied according to the media type. During this year, the newspapers Svenska Dagbladet and Aftonbladet provided most content with an interpretive journalistic angle, at roughly 50 percent each. In contrast, only 16 percent of the content provided by the TV channels TV4 and Sveriges Television was rooted in interpretive journalism. However, the radio stations of Sveriges Radio made the least use of this type of journalism.

Share of interpretive journalism in national media in Sweden in 2018

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July 2019



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This statistic is based on an anlysis of 19,553 news units.

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