Should Journalists Know How Many People Read Their Stories?

by: Robinson Meyer | The Atlantic

Soon, reporters at two of the country’s leading newspapers will have access to the most basic type of digital analytics: They will be able to see web-traffic data for their own stories. That is, they will at least know how many people clicked on them, where they came from, and how long they lingered.

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