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Victor Kuvaytsev takes 3rd place in VFD main city administration heads media rating

15:44 | 19.02.2016 | Politics


Penza, 19 February 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza mayor Victor Kuvaytsev was placed 3rd in the Medialogia January 2016 media rating of city administration heads in the Volga Federal District.

Victor Kuvaytsev takes 3rd place in VFD main city administration heads media rating

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According to information provided by the company, his media index reached 1,487.8 points.

According to the analysts, the list of the most notable events that featured Victor Kuvaytsev includes: the press conference when the mayor announced the plans to use 150 million rubles on capital repairs of Penza heating pipelines; and the meating with Sergei Blokhin, deputy head of the Kuybyshevskaya Railroad with the discussion to create a museum complex of 19th century train stations.

The top two places in the rating were taken by Valery Saraev and Sergei Belov, heads of Saratov and Nizhny Novgorod administrations, with their respective ratings at 2,061.05 and 1,558.87 points.

Medialogia, a Russian research company, compiles ratings based on media index, a qualitative indicator of information field attitude towards a company, brand or person.

The rating evaluates a number of factors related to each publication, such as news source influence, type of reference (positive, negative or neutral), importance of the subject in the context (focus or mention), as well as direct and indirect speech used in relation to the subject.

The system evaluates the overall friendliness level of media towards the object over a certain period of time via combining indexes of all references.

The rating uses a media database of over 30,000 influential sources, such as TV and radio stations, newspapers, magazines, news agencies and websites.

The current rating has been calculated on 18 February 2016.

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