Browse Journalism Resources
- Advanced Internet research techniques: Five key lessons from Google--In the age of digital journalism, developing advanced online search skills is crucial to professional success. They can open vast worlds of relevant data and information that can make reporters both more efficient and more knowledgeable.
- Center for Media and Public Affairs--CMPA is a nonpartisan research and educational organization which conducts scientific studies of the news and entertainment media.
- Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) --
Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) From this magazine: "watchdog and a friend of the press in all its forms, from newspapers to magazines to radio, television, and the Web," offering "a deliberative mix of reporting, analysis, criticism, and commentary."
- Journalist's Toolbox-- Great resource for aspiring journalists, including career guidance, copy editing, design/visual journalism , diversity Issues, elections/politics , the environment, ethics , and design & visual journalism."
- First Amendment Center--media criticism and defense of first amendment freedoms
- High School Journalism--a site for teen journalists and their teachers and guidance counselors. Its goals are to encourage a diverse generation of young people to make newspaper journalism their career and impart a deeper appreciation of the First Amendment ...
- Internet Resources on Media Law (including Cyberspace)--from the University of Iowa
- Journalism.org (PEW Research Center)--Provides daily news briefings, reports and tools for journalists, an excellent site map, and links for journalism, education, and jobs. From Project for Excellence in Journalism and Committee of Concerned Journalists.
- LLRX:A Selected Bibliography on the Freedom of Information Act, 1980-2004-- selected books and legal articles on the subject of Freedom of Information and related secrecy issues, with a focus on the U.S. statute at the federal agency level
- Media Law : An Overview--from Cornell University's Legal Information Institute
- NewsWatch.org--a consumer's guide to the news
- Online Journalism Review (OJR)-- This journal presents articles about "the full range of journalistic issues in all media, but with a particular emphasis on the Internet." Topics include the rise of blogs, participatory journalism, libel, ethics, technology innovations,
- Poynter Online--This well-regarded site from the Poynter Institute "provides journalists with reliable information, useful tools, and provocative suggestions." In addition to assistance aimed at journalists, the site features tutorials and articles useful ...
- Project Censored-- In an effort to fight censorship and champion media freedom, Project Censored reviews the stories that didn't get covered.
- Propaganda Critic--Explains propaganda techniques (glittering generalities, plain folks, bandwagon, etc.) and shows examples of wartime and post-war propaganda, including current political uses.
- PRWatch--Public Interest Reporting on the PR/Public Affairs Industry
- Society of Professional Journalists: Freedom of Information--SPJ's Freedom of Information Committee is the watchdog of press freedoms across the nation. It relies upon a network of volunteers in each state organized under Project Sunshine. These SPJ members are on the front lines for assaults to the First Amendment and when lawmakers attempt to restrict the public's access to documents and the government's business.
- WorldCat--Find print and non-print materials on journalism in a library near you. (Hint: Click on a title & enter your zip or location code.)
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