USA Really’s Chief Editor Recognized as One of Most Influential Journalists
USA – December 13, 2018
USA Really’s Chief Editor Alexander Malkevich has been included in the list of the TOP-15 most influential journalists in November, Medialogia reports.
Alexander Malkevich came in 8th in the ranking, earning 5547.3 points. Medialogia ranking is based upon the citation index (CI), which tallies the number of information resource links in other media outlets and assesses how influential the link-publisher’s resource is. It is calculated using a mathematical-linguistic text analysis of more than 47,000 open sources.
Medialogia LLC provides an online system for analyzing the mass media, according to Bloomberg. Since 2003, Medialogia has been aggregating and analyzing available online media sources, including news agencies, newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, blogs, and 800 million social media accounts, enabling to search and analyze media attention and influence, with quantitative and qualitative parameters for any period of time, immediately providing correct results.
RT’s chief editor Margarita Simonyan came in 2nd on the list, while opposition journalist Yevgenia Albats, who is Chief Editor of the New Times magazine and host of a radio talk program at Echo of Moscow, occupies 3rd place in the ranking.
Malkevich’s high ranking, comparable to that of the most influential journalists, clearly shows the strong demand from readers for unbiased and truthful information about real life in the US.