Journalism and J Guide - Resources and Review

Information about press coverage of events in American history. Includes an extensive, searchable library with the categories civil war, baseball, engravings, journalism hoaxes, old west, crime figures such as those of Bonnie and Clyde, and over a dozen other categories. The Presidential Library includes the inaugural addresses of all US presidents. There is also a primer and price guide for historic newspapers.
A collection of articles evaluating computer assisted reporting in the field of journalism. Ethics, decision making, tapping, and training in US schools are amongst the issues covered.
Magazine featuring work by writers and photographers from around the world illustrating social issues via photography, fiction, non
fiction, and poetry. Offers a gallery of images from past issues, a subject index to articles for teachers, and suggested classroom activities. Back issues are available from 1995 onwards.
The Pulitzer prizes are annual awards for achievements in American journalism, letters, drama and music. Includes details of the Pulitzer Prize competition and past awards, along with full text exhibits and biographies of winners.
Access to news and information gathered and processed by the Press Association's news agency companies, PA News, PA Sport and PA Data Design.
Contains articles on improving writing skills, the publishing industry, journalism, screenwriting, business writing, writing markets, Internet writing, and scholarly articles on related topics.
Links to free local news and information sites worldwide.
News, industry information, research reports, and other selected media and publishing links.
Guide to sources of factual or background information for journalists and researchers, with an emphasis on Australian material. Sites listed by category, including reference, aborigines, defence, human rights, statistics and weather.
Selected articles from this bi
monthly magazine covering aspects of journalism from reporting, ethical conduct, new developments in technology and the experience of working as a reporter, editor or news gatherer in all media.
Biographies of journalists, publishers, illustrators, artists, and cartoonists, such as Charles Dickens, John Tenniel, William Blake, and William Hogarth. Also covers newspapers and journals, both national and provincial, including The Times, The Edinburgh Review, and Blackwood's Magazine, as well as radical 19th century publications like The Poor Man's Guardian and The Black Dwarf.
Searchable index of titles and links to thousands of magazines and publishers worldwide. Major headings are popular magazines (US and Canada), news and opinion (including environment, religion, politics, science and technology), business and professional, computing, entertainment, lifestyle/people/activities.
A non
profit organisation promoting investigative reporting within the field of journalism by offering a forum in which journalists can raise questions and exchange ideas. Offers information on computer assisted reporting skills, conferences and job opportunities.
A collection of news feeds on the Internet, including; Associated Press, Fox News, Reuters, and links to major American newspapers. The site is designed to cater for journalists in particular.
Provides biographies of prominent historical US journalists including Joseph Pulitzer, Ernest Hemingway, Walt Whitman, and Mark Twain.
Set of learning and teaching resources related to current events and journalism, aimed at school children, teachers and parents. Also offers lesson plans, quizzes, and discussion forums.
Provides links to local, national, and international newspapers with content available online. Also offers listings of newspaper libraries and collections, departments of journalism and media studies, newspaper history resources, and other material of interest to journalists.
A set of links to journalism resources including search engines, worldwide telephone directories, and reference sources such as databases, maps and books. Newspapers, online television, radio and news archives and country specific resources are also available.
Explores the American newspaper in an era of increased media competition and conglomeration, decreased editorial independence, and a changing profile for the typical news story. The twelve
part report features stories on the loss of the independent American newspaper, the shrinking coverage of international news by city dailies, and the efforts of the papers to respond to Internet competition.
Directory of newspapers from all over the world.
Includes ACIJ news, general broadcasting and journalism news, ACIJ online publications, a toolbox of journalism resources, details of ACIJ special projects and information on journalism and research courses.
Provides links to schools and departments of journalism, online newspapers, mailing lists, organisations and links to relevant sites.
NAA is a non
profit organisation representing the $46 billion newspaper industry. The Association focuses on five key strategic priorities that collectively affect the newspaper industry: marketing, public policy, diversity, industry development and newspaper operations.
The NAHJ aims to become an active forum for association members. Includes back issues of the Noticias newsletter, convention reports and job opportunities.
Collection of US and international news sources aimed at those in the journalism profession. Offers access to government information, company and non
profit research, training materials, and resources which facilitate 'people finding' such as email and telephone directories.
A listing of World Bank experts available for media comment on a range of issues including economics, poverty and human development, public sector reform, and the environment. Entries are browsable by name, or by specialist topic, and biographical information is given for each expert.
Directory of UK freelance journalists' Web pages, hosted for an annual fee. Also provides a listing of links to resources likely to be of use to freelancers.
News articles covering world events up to one month ahead. A subscription based calendar covers news up to a year in advance, and the future who's who of the international media world can be found in the Media Services Directory.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of journalism and writing for the media.
A study of the impact of the Internet on the information seeking behaviour of journalists. Funded by the British Library Research and Innovation Centre.
Collection of Computer Assisted Reporting and research resources for journalism in the UK, covering Politics and Government, Economics, Business and Finance, Science and Technology, Listservs and Newsgroups, Police Forces, and Journalism Education And Research.
Founded in 1836, the Newspaper Society represents and promotes the interests of Britain's regional and local newspaper publishers.
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