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View Resource Newslink

The NewsLink Web page includes links to on-line newspapers, on-line broadcasters, on-line magazines, on-line news services, organizations and other special sites.

http://www.newslink.org/
View Resource Online Journalism Review

Based at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California, the Online Journalism Review was launched in 1998 with the intention of "evaluating the emerging field of online journalism, providing readers commentary, monthly features, and Web resource databases." The Review is also committed "to identify who is best serving the public on the Web, and who, hiding in the...

http://annenberg.usc.edu/
View Resource Columbia Journalism Review: Who Owns What

Created and maintained by Aaron Moore, a professor of sports media at Ithaca College, this Web page documents which publications (and other ancillary businesses) are owned and controlled by various media conglomerates around the United States. Some of the media conglomerates covered by this rather revealing site include such newer upstarts in the media business such as Clear Channel Communications...

https://journalism.columbia.edu/
View Resource American Journalism Review

Published under the careful hand of staff members at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, the American Journalism Review comes out six times a year. The print magazine is available here for the general public in an electronic format, and contains articles ranging from the changing media landscape in the United States and to discussions about whether newsrooms...

http://ajr.org/
View Resource Columbia Journalism Review Daily

The journalism school at Columbia University is held in high-regard by many for their commitment to training journalists that will hold a high standard of quality investigative reporting that will inspire future generations of like-minded individuals. As with many journalism schools, they have made great headway into offering both critique and comment on the changing world of journalism, and the...

https://www.cjr.org/
View Resource Society of Environmental Journalists

Global warming, climate change, and other related topics are all covered by environmental journalists. For those who seek to learn more about the profession (or for those who might already be involved in this world), the Society of Environmental Journalists website will be a most welcome discovery. The objective of the Society is "to build a stronger and more closely connected network of educated...

http://www.sej.org/
View Resource Nieman Watchdog

Harvard doesn't have a formal journalism program per se, but they do have the world-famous Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. Along with their celebrated fellowship programs, they also have a strong web presence, and the Nieman Watchdog site is just one important part of that presence. Operating under the motto "Questions the press should ask", the Watchdog project helps the...

http://niemanwatchdog.org/
View Resource Columbia Journalism Review: Innovations Screenshot

Founded in 1961, the Columbia Journalism Review offers a mix of reporting, analysis, and commentary focused on the evolution of the art and business of media. The Innovations section of the magazine publishes content concerning the forefront of continually transforming print, television, and Internet media, with articles that broach such topics as whether the New York Times will go printless, how...

https://www.cjr.org/innovations/