Journalism Organizations & Related Sites
- Romenesko. Jim Romenesko of the Poynter Institute links to the latest media-related
news, updated throughout the day.
Briefing. Daily media stories from the Project for Excellence in Journalism.
- AP Industry News.
Media industry news daily from The Associated Press.
- PBS Media Watch.
Media stories from PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.
Reliable Sources. Transcripts from the CNN media show.
Selected Top Sites for Journalists:
- American Journalism Review.
AJR's Newslink provides links to nearly 5,000 newspapers, listings of journalism awards
and fellowships and full text of selected AJR articles (Disclosure: I am a senior editor
- Investigative Reporters and
Editors. IRE includes a searchable database of more than 11,000 investigative
reporting story abstracts, handouts developed by speakers at IRE conferences, campaign
finance data and sources and a directory of investigative reporters worldwide, plus
details on IRE contests, programs and conferences.
- Reporters Committee for
Freedom of the Press. The committee provides some of the most practical tools for
reporters, such as the Freedom of Information Act letter generator, state laws on open
records and public meetings, updates on Freedom of Information cases from around the
country and a legal defense hot-line for journalists.
- The Poynter Institute for
Media Studies. Poynter Online gives details on the institutes week-long
workshops, which are some of the best journalism educational opportunities available, plus
research from the institute on various newsroom topics.
- Society of Professional
Journalists. The Electronic Journalist includes news stories on press issues and lists
more than 60 journalism contests.
Journalism Magazines and Newsletters:
Minority Journalism Organizations:
Women & Journalism:
Newspaper Management & Leadership:
Freedom of Information & Media Law:
Other Journalism Sites:
High School Journalism:
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