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PIN Newsletter second quarter 2012

PIN Newsletter second quarter 2012

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The Public Insight Network's newsletter and metrics report for the second quarter of 2012. For more info, go here: http://www.publicinsightnetwork.org/
The Public Insight Network's newsletter and metrics report for the second quarter of 2012. For more info, go here: http://www.publicinsightnetwork.org/

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Published by: Public Insight Network on Aug 20, 2012
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Total NewSources: 14,440
16 partners reported PIN-informed pieces of content during the second quarter of 2012, producing a total of 258pieces of PIN-informed stories,interviews, or events from thePIN community.
PIN Quarterly Newsletter
April
June 2012
TotalPINfluence: 258
15 organizations joined PIN
 Vermont Public Radio, PBSSoCal, WAMC, WVIK, JeffersonInstitute, KPLU, WTVP,Michigan Radio, KOTO, WNIN,WXXI, WITF, In the Life Media,Essential Public Radio, andKBCS.
Total NewPartners: 15
The PIN Community
Total QueriesSent: 257
PIN newsrooms published 257queries this quarter. Thesequeries garnered a total of 6,283 submissions.
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PINfluence tallies reflect the number of pieces of content informed by PIN at eachnewsroom, as reported by logging PINfluence in AIR. If your newsroom is not listedand you feel it should be, it could be because you have not filed PINfluence for allPIN-informed content.
PIN trends, demographics, performance and health:
In the second quarter of 2012 both the number of newsrooms using PIN
and the number of new sources grew. PIN’s diversity continues to
expand and the creativity of PIN newsrooms querying and producinginsights from the Network impresses as usual.Sources appearing in content this quarter have reported only 40-50% of their demographic information. Given this, most sources whosedemographic info we know who were cited in content were white andliberal with incomes over $50,000. Continue to ask those standarddemo questions so we can learn more about people and target ourqueries even more accurately.Across the PIN Community, the top three queries (by responses) were:
NPR’s 
1726 responses
257 responses
Colorado Public Radio’s 
176 responses14,440 new people becamesources for PIN newsrooms. Of these, 5,757 people are nowsources for Global PIN
allStandard PIN partners haveaccess to search and querythese new people.

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