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Obama, Dorries and Entwistle

for the week ending Sun 11 November 2012
  • Obama wins the US election covered most
  • Tory MP in I'm A Celebrity... and BBC crises covered lots
  • Debate surrounding end-of-life care covered little

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Covered Lots

Covered Little

Political ups and downs (top ten by number of articles)

Celebrity vs Serious

Eurozone leaders (top ten by number of articles)

Who wrote a lot about... The BBC

Long form journalism

Journalists who have updated their profile

Richard Rae is a journalist who has worked at publications including The Guardian, The Independent, The Sunday Times and BBC Online. He is a graduate of Leeds University where he studied Law. He has been named UK Press Gazette Regional Sportswriter of the Year as well as Yorkshire Press Sportswriter of the Year. Follow him on Twitter @RsportUk

Harry Hodges is editor of The Oxford Tab and works freelance at The Evening Standard as well as The Daily Star. He is currently studying a BA in Geography at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. Follow him on Twitter @MrHodger

Anne Billson has been a freelance writer since 1980 and has written for publications including The Guardian, Esquire, Elle and The Daily Telegraph. She has a BA in graphic design from Central School of Art & Design and is also an established author. Follow her on Twitter @AnneBillson

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Tue 13 November 2012)