New Zealand Blogosphere - Political Blogs

Political Blogs

There are a considerable number of blogs that focus on the politics of New Zealand. The Tumeke! nz blogosphere lists over 200 "author-operated, public discourse" blogs in New Zealand and ranks them according to a formula of traffic, links incoming, posting frequency and comments. These rankings show a wide range of ideological positions are popular and that female bloggers are scarce. Many blogs are written by current and former party apparatchiks, such as David Farrar's Kiwiblog and Jordan Carter's Just Left, and many bloggers are journalists and print media commentators such as the bloggers on Russell Brown's Public Address.

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