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Top Five General News Category Websites

Top Five NZ General News Category Websites

EDITOR'S NOTE: Scoop Cements 4th Ratings Position Well Ahead of TVNZ News - Scoop Media has cemented itself well ahead of TVNZ news in internet news rankings. Below, a Nielsen/Netratings graphic shows the top five website ranking for channels in NNR's Market Intelligence General News category. The result counts domestic New Zealand visitors in the week to 12 November. In total, Scoop attracts over 500,000 individuals per month.

The above graphic shows the top five website ranking for channels in Nielsen//NetRatings' Market Intelligence General News category for New Zealand visitors in the week to 12 November.


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