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Penza mayor sixth in Volga Federal District administration heads media rating

13:59 | 15.10.2014 | Politics

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Penza, 15 October 2014. PenzaNews. Penza mayor Yuri Krivov earned the sixth place in the media rating of Volga Federal District mayors compiled by Medialogia analysis company.

Penza mayor Yuri Krivov

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According to the available data, Yuri Krivov’s media index reached 201.75 points, that helped him go up by one position in the list.

The leader of the rating is Oleg Kondrashov, head of of Nizhny Novgorod administration. The other leaders are Dmitry Samoylov, the city manager of Perm, and Alexey Ladykov, head of of Cheboksary administration.

In addition to that, Medialogia analysis company has compiled the media rating of Volga Federal District city heads. This is the first rating that includes the city head Victor Kuvaytsev who was elected to the office by the City Duma of the sixth convocation on September 24, 2014. His media rating reached 46.92 points, with the ninth place in the federal district.

The first place in the rating was taken by Ilsur Metshin. The second place earned Dmitry Azarov, senator of Samara oblast and ex-mayor of Samara. The third place was given to Oleg Sorokin, head of Nizhny Novgorod.

Russian Research Company Medialogia compiles ratings based on media-index, which is a quality indicator of the information field, which is formed around a company, brand or person by the media.

Unlike the indexes that simply calculate the number of media popularity of the subject, it evaluates its media reputation using such parameters as the influence of the sources, positive and negative attitudes of the newspieces, the subject’s position in the text, and use of quotations.

Using this strategy, Medialogia evaluates the overall level of well-being in the news sphere in each time span by combining the indices of all the newspieces that mention the individual.

The ratings take into account a base of over 20,000 media sources, such as television and radio stations, newspapers, journals, news agencies and websites.

The rating is calculated for October 14, 2014.

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