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Scoop (news website)

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Scoop (news website) is a New Zealand internet news site run by Scoop Media Limited, part of the Scoop Media Cartel,[1] that was established in 1999.

Scoop was ranked 3rd by Nielsen Net Ratings in their News Category and was recognised in the Qantas Media Awards as a finalist for "Best News Site" in 2007. Scoop has won several awards for their work as a news organisation, including three NZ Net awards in 2001, and two Computerworld awards (in 2003 and 2005).[2]

In 2003, The Guardian wrote about the graphic images from the war in Iraq that were being published on Scoop, and described the coverage as "left wing".[3]


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  • Scoop – New Zealand News
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