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Newsknife Top News Sites of 2008


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Newsknife Top News Sites of 2008

The Top News Sites of 2008 is compiled by www.newsknife.com from their analysis of listings by news sites at Google News during 2008.

1 New York Times
2 Associated Press
3 Reuters
4 Washington Post
5 Voice of America
6 CNN
7 Los Angeles Times
8 Bloomberg
9 BBC News, UK
10 Christian Science Monitor
11 ABC News
12 FOX News

This is the seventh year of Newsknife's "Top News Sites" ratings.

Newsknife's ratings are based on monitoring the main US-oriented Google News site. New York Times headed our Top 12 for the second year. However, Associated Press swept most of Newsknife's major ratings and we believe that its impact at Google News is the big news story there this year. More... www.newsknife.com.

ENDS

Google News: http://news.google.com
New York Times www.nytimes.com
Associated Press www.ap.org
Reuters www.reuters.com
Washington Post www.washingtonpost.com
Voice of America www.voanews.com
CNN www.cnn.com
Los Angeles Times www.latimes.com
Bloomberg www.bloomberg.com
BBC News, UK http://news.bbc.co.uk
Christian Science Monitor www.csmonitor.com
ABC News www.abcnews.go.com
FOX News www.foxnews.com
(Note: AP news items appearing at Google News are hosted by Google.
AP could therefore be more correctly called a Top 12 news source.)

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