The Columbia Journalism Review
The online edition of the venerable fourth estate watchdog and educator.
Finding Data on the Internet, A Journalist's Guide
The WWW has become an almost indispensable tool to the journalist. Gathered on this site are links to the most important information resources. The lists are selective and organized in subject categories.
This interactive site is an awesome launchpad for journalists of all kinds who are looking to get on the e-zine scene. It keeps you updated on everything happening in hyper-journalism: publications guidelines for writers, daily news briefs pertinent to the industry, writing tips, feature articles, and, most importantly, job-listings!
The Slot, A Spot For Copy Editors
Bill Walsh, a self described curmudgeon and a copy editor at The Washington Post, gives writers a wry and witty ride through the minutiae of his noble profession. An excellent resource to help us all become aware of the effect our style and choices have on the landscape of the printed word.
Journalism Employment Resources
Get access to job bulletin boards devoted to publicizing openings for journalists. Excellent resource for those who are just starting out or just looking for a new job. (This is a service of a press release writing firm.)
Megasources: Information for Journalists and Researchers
Despite the dud of a title, this website ROCKS with links to all kinds of repositories of the dense information that a reporter used to have to scan on microfiche. Not real flashy, but info-rich.
The National Press Club
A fixture in the Washington, D.C. political scene, the National Press Club is well-known for its prestigious members and guests. A private association of journalists and public relations professionals, this site delivers news of the Hill and an inside touch to the venerable institution.
A museum for all things news. A celebration of the process of newsmaking throughout the century.
Need an expert? This site is designed for the journalist who is looking for a qualified authority to speak on a particular topic. Get connected to this vast network of news information officers.
Journalists' Toolbox - European Media Landscape
Those on the beat for Euro-news will find this site especially helpful. From here, jump to sites connecting you to media and news sources across the continent, from Albania to the U.K.
You will find that NewsDirectory is logically organized so that our links can provide you with easy access to thousands of periodicals worldwide .
WWW Virtual Library: Journalism
The WWW Virtual Library includes Jounalism in its vast repository of networked knowledge.
Newsweek Media Research Index
Newsweek Magazine provides this excellent bibliography of more than 700 citations of articles, papers and such on the topic of media research. Note: there are no links to or copies of these sources but a great bibliography is a priceless tool to take with you to the library.