- A Journalist's Guide to the Internet
A tutorial with links from Chris Callahan at the University of Maryland...
An online magazine and information resource where pressing issues are subject to examination and debate.
- Al's Morning Meeting
Story ideas from the Poynter Institute, also available by e-mail.
- Assignment Editor.com
A page of useful links for journalists, but some links available by subscription only.
- Authors' Rights:
A Manual For Journalists.
- Barbara's Graffiti News Researcher Pages
Comprehensive site links to about 30 categories, ranging from history to religion to sports.
- Computer Assisted Reporting
Features research and resources for journalists using computer-assisted reporting (CAR) methods.
Find dozens of useful web links for journalists.
- Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma
A global resource for journalists who cover violence.
- Deadline Online.com
"The Complete Guide to Online Research" - featuring links and training from veteran Washington journalist Alan Schlein.
- Environmental Media Services
Provides resources for journalists interested in environmental issues.
A journalism site offering coverage of headline topics.
- Foreign Correspondents
Site offers an extensive collection of international links to country, expert, and related data to help foreign correspondents.
- Global Beat
Offers resources for journalists covering international issues like - links to experts, events, and analysis of current conflicts.
- Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Developed to improve the standard of local reporting through training, information and dialogue.
- Investigative Reporters and Editors
Resources, conferences and links for working journalists.
- Jonathan Oatis's Internet Resources for Journalists
Links for journalists, especially those covering business.
Web research and tips for journalists.
- Journalism UK
Good collection of web links for journalists primarily in the UK.
- Journalist Express
News and research portal for reporters.
- Journalist's Compass
An informational site at Temple University developed for communications professionals, students, and related Internet users.
- Journalists' Toolkit
Three pages of "essential resources for working journalists."
Internet information resources for Australian journalists.
- Math Links for Journalists
Resources for "stat-shaky" journalists from Denny Wilkins at St. Bonaventure University.
- Media Resource
Serves as a bridge between science and the media. Since 1980 journalists can get help at no charge in locating expert sources of information on science and technology to interview for their news and feature stories.
Metasearch engine links to a diverse collection of sources useful to journalists.
- Military Reporters & Editors
Association represents the interests of working journalists to the government and military.
- National Union of Journalists Freelance Fees Guide
Helpful pay rate information online.
- Nelson Search
A search engine for journalists from the Poynter Institute.
- News Archives
Provides links to United States news archives available on the Web.
A portal for professional journalists providing assistance in news gathering and research techniques on the Internet.
Provides news, web links, law updates and more for UK journalists.
The Interactive Museum of News.
- Newsroom Exercises
These self-instructional exercises are based on issues of grammar, usage and AP style that arose at a daily newspaper.
Web site created by Abe Rosenberg "to help anyone who writes news for broadcast, and to improve the writing quality in newsrooms around the country."
- Online Journalism Review
Online resources for journalists, plus reviews of online journalism.
- PC Mike
NBC Newschannel reporter Mike Wendland's resources for journalists using the Internet.
- Pew Center for People and the Press
Public opinion research on journalism issues.
- Power Reporting
Thousands of free research tools for journalists, annotated and updated daily. Topics range from companies and government to media and training.
- Professional Guidelines
Journalism Principles and Citizens' Rights as gathered and compiled by a Committee in 1997 after listening to more than 200 journalists...
- Reporter's Desktop
Quick links to popular reference sites for journalists.
- Reporter's Resource
Provides links and information for journalists interested in web-assisted reporting.
Studies and reports from PEJ and CCJ analyzing how the press covers current stories as well as longer-term issues.
- Response Source
Information request service for journalists to contact UK public relations people in specific sectors.
- Roger Mellen's Journalists' Web Tools
List of links from a George Mason University professor to sites like web search engines, news sources, federal government and more...
An online resource for tech and business journalists.
- The American Reporter
This six-day-per week electronic daily newspaper owned by the writers whose work it features, was founded to give journalists around the world an opportunity to have a financial stake in their own work. Each story earns equity for the correspondent in profits from advertising and subscriptions, and income when their stories sell to other newspapers.
- The Journalistic Resources Page
Swedish site links to journalism-related subjects by Nikos Markovits in Stockholm.
- The Journalist's Toolbox
Offers more than 17,500 Web sites helpful to the media...
- The Power of Words
Weekly lessons on the craft of newspaper writing from The Providence Journal.
- The Poynter Institute
Site provides resources, story background information and plenty of links.
- The Working Reporter
Links for electronic journalists by Ron Olsen, reporter for KTLA-TV in L.A.
- Univ of Iowa: Journalism and Mass Communication Resources
Extensive list of resources for writers online.
A comprehensive Internet guide for journalists. It was created for those who want to have a better understanding of the Internet and its potential as a journalistic research tool.
- Web Tools for Journalists
List of helpful links for journalists.
- WebSites for Journalists: Reporter's online news resources
Simply offers lots of tools that may lead reporters and editors to useful tips or information.