Journalism

A Journalist's Guide to the Internet

Lists and describes links to various web resources of interest or useful to journalists.

Big Journalism

Editor Michael Walsh publishing stories not covered by mainstream media.

The Daily Howler

Critique on the lapses of the American media, of the Washington press in particular.

Environmental Media Services (EMS)

Provides expanded media coverage of critical environmental and public health issues. Acts as a resource for journalists.

International Reporting Project

Provides opportunities for journalists to go abroad and cover issues which are under-reported in the US media. Includes FAQ and project history.

JHistory

Discussion and forum site intended for those interested and connected to the history of journalism and mass communication. Contains mailing lists, archives, and job guides.

NewsCollege

Educational resource for journalists that provides practical tips and styles in writing, reporting, and editing.

Online Journalism Review

Covers a full range of media issues while providing readers commentary, monthly features and Internet resource databases.

Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Initiative of the Pew Charitable Trusts advocates for the practice of good journalism, presents pertinent newsletters and publications, and features conferences and workshops.

The Pulitzer Prizes

Provides search features for awarded winners and nominated finalists, links of related resources, contact information, and a comprehensive background of the foundation and of its founder.

Storyful

Allows journalists worldwide to explore and validate news content real time.

TV Rundown

Database for television news, programs and reporting. Contains analysis of events, study references, details on career opportunities, and search archives.

World Press Photo Contest Archive

Archive gallery of some 10,000 images from the more than fifty years of the contest serves as a record of not only human history, but successive styles in photography and reportage.

YouTube - Project: Report

Documentary short film contest intended for non-professional, aspiring journalists to tell stories that might not otherwise be told. Sponsored by YouTube and the Pulitzer Center with Sony VAIO and Intel.

YouTube - Reporters' Center

Resource to help citizen journalists learn more about how to report the news, featuring some of the nation's top journalists and news organizations sharing instructional videos with tips and advice.

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