This chapter explores how the notion of news quality has been incorporated into contemporary media policy discussions and interventions. This chapter focuses on three national contexts: the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. This chapter pays particular attention to the political dynamics surrounding policy interventions that are either directly or indirectly related to news quality. As this chapter illustrates, within the countries studied there has been a fairly consistent pattern of policymakers initially acknowledging news quality as a policy objective, but then shying away from directly employing the news quality terminology and replacing it with related concepts, such as public interest journalism, or journalism that addresses critical information needs.