The Atlantic Monthly
Monthly issue of commentary on the interaction of media with the general public. Reviews politics, society, arts and literature, and the digital culture.
Center for Media Literacy
Academic institution dedicated to the promotion and support of media literacy education to help citizens access, analyze, evaluate and critic the current media practice.
Children’s Media Project
Non-profit educational institute that encourages the use of creative media in art activities for children, teachers, and parents. Features news, upcoming events and exhibitions.
Organization that aims to protect people from consumerism and prevents exploitation of culture and tradition. Also discusses issues on culture, education, government, and health.
Don’t Buy It - Get Media Smart
Informative and educational site for children that encourages promotion of media literacy with the incorporation of media telecommunication tools on the activities they do.
Essays and selections of and from Émigré magazine on topics related to media and advertisement.
Spin off of the FactCheck site; provides lesson plans and resources for teachers to help children spot spin, inaccuracies and deception in the media.
News site dedicated to providing analysis on issues behind various TV shows.
Article that discusses the history, criticism and analysis of the event in The Frankfurt School. Also contains media analysis in the current industrial world and general concept of Karl Marx on commercialism leading to historical materialism.
Media industry that shows the online version of the product that contains information about various fields including those related to media and telecommunications.
Media literacy organization focusing on the media's influence on America's youth.
Media Education Foundation
Features the organization that promotes the resources and research projects to developed media literacy.
Media Education Lab
Temple University program providing media education outreach services and research. Includes free teacher resources plus information on events and graduate and undergraduate education.
Provides resources for advancing education in media studies and critical thinking skills.
The MIT Press
University press that publishes books, journals and digital projects for the fields of architecture, social theory, economics, cognitive science and computer science.
Shows an article detailing the influences of advertising and mass media.
Collates resources from the professor relevant to mass media.
Over the Rainbow
Features articles and resources for promoting media literacy within families.
Peter DeBenedittis, PhD: Media Literacy
Encourages media literacy and education for use in educational materials, science-based prevention, and safety in the Internet. Contains short observation of the doctor-author, researches, and details on workshops and trainings.
Posts details of the organization's values, philosophy, and services.
World of Michel Foucault
Showcases the literary contributions and work of French philosopher and social critic Michael Foucault. Includes the genealogy of Foucault, discussion lists of the recipients, and essays influenced by the author.