compiled by Dr. Denny Wilkins

St. Bonaventure University School of Journalism & Mass Communication
links verified 6.25.06 | cum grano salis* | links added/revised 6.25.06

This page is no longer maintained.

trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

freedoms [speech, expression, information

Access to records, meetings, places [from SPLC]
Areopagitica by John Milton

ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom
American Civil Liberties Union
Bloggers, legal guide for [from EFF]
Campus crime stats/Clery Act info [at SPLC;
see also Covering Campus Crime, a pdf download]
Center for U.S. First Amendment Studies
[at Calif. State]
Citizens Internet Empowerment Coalition
Citizen Access Project [UFla. sunshine project]
Cyberlaw: Internet & Online Media [from SPLC]
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Electronic Privacy Information Center
FindLaw [compendium of on-line legal resources]
First Amendment Cyber-Tribune [press freedoms site]
First Amendment Handbook [from RCFP; superb]
Freedom of Expression Clearinghouse [links to examples, case studies]
Index on Censorship
International Freedom of Expression Exchange Clearinghouse

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION SITES

Brechner Center for Freedom of Expression [at U. of Fla.]
FoI automated letter geneator [at SPLC]
FoI officers [at Dept of Justice; bgrd docs too]
FoI Primer [at Student Press Law Center; dated but good]
FoI resources, guides [fed., state; inc. public records, sunshine laws]
Freedom of Information Center [FoI guides, state laws, sample letters]
New York State Committee on Open Government [from NY Department of State]
New York: Citizen's Access to State Government [massive list of links to agencies]
New York State FoI information [from National Freedom of Information Coalition]
SPJ's FOIA Resources Center
Tapping Officials' Secrets [guide to states' open records and meetings laws]

Try SPLC's 'Virtual Lawyer' when all else fail


Law dictionary [at Nolo]
Legal Information Institute [at Cornell Law School]
Libel and privacy invasion [from SPLC]
Media law sources
The Media Institute
Media Law Resource Center
National Coalition Against Censorship
National Association for Public Interest Law
Project Censored
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
Schools and press freedom [at SPLC]
State Department FOI
Student press groups [NSPA, ACP, others]
Student Press Law Center
Surviving Underground [legal manual for publishers of independent student newspapers; at SPLC]
Thomas Jefferson Center [freedom of expression site]


Constitution of the United States
freedoms
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

trade, professional groups

ACEJMC
American Press Institute
American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors
American Society of Journalists and Authors
American Society of Newspaper Editors
Asian American Journalists Association
Associated Press Managing Editors
Associated Press Sports Editors
Association of Alternative Newsweeklies
Association of American Editorial Cartoonists
AEJMC
Association for Women in Communication
Broadcast Education Association
Canadian Association of Journalists
Center for Community Journalism
College Media Advisers
Committee to Protect Journalists

Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma [at Univ. of Wash.]

state press associations


National Press Club
National Press Foundation
National Press Photographers Association
National Society of Newspaper Columnists
New York Association of Black Journalists
Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Association
Newspaper Assocation of America
Organization of News Ombudsmen
Online Publishers Association
Pew Center for Civic Journalism
Poynter Institute for Media Studies
Radio and Television News Directors Foundation
Religion Newswriters Association
Reporters sans Frontieres
Society of American Business Editors & Writers
Society of Environmental Journalists
Society of Metro Editors
Society of Newspaper Design
Society of Professional Journalists
South Asian Journalists Association
World Association of Newspapers

freedoms
trade groups
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

news media sites

ABCnews.com
African newspapers
AJR's Newslink
Arts & Letters Daily [damn good, literate on-line writing; linked to Chronicle of Higher Education]
'Alternative' newspapers
Asian and Miideastern newspapers
Australian newspapers
BBC
The Campus Press [CU-Boulder student paper]
Canadian newspapers
Caribbean newspapers
Central American newspapers
The Christian Science Monitor
CBSnews.com

CNN
College, university newspapers [at Yahoo; search-driven]
College, university newspapers online
The Digital Journalist [multimedia, photojournalism 'zine]
Dawn
[Pakistani English-language newspaper]
Ecola Newsstand
European newspapers
Japanese newspapers
Metagrid [search engine of 4,000 publications arranged by category]

Mexican newspapers
The MoJo Wire
[Mother Jones]
MotherJones [online]
MSNBC

National Enquirer
National Public Radio
The New York Times
[reg'n req'd]
Newspapers Online!

Pravda [inEnglish]
South American newspapers
Straight Goods [online independent Canadian news, opinion]
USA Today
The Wire [Associated Press]
Wall Street Journal editorial page

freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

trade publications

Advertising Age
Adweek
American Journalism Review
Black Journalism Review Online
Black Press USA
Broadcasting & Cable
Columbia Journalism Review
Daily Briefing [digest of media news; excellent]

Editor & Publisher

EXTRA!
InternetWeek
iwantmedia [on-line media news summary site]
Media Life [oriented toward dot-com media]
MediaChannel [summaries of all media news]
MediaWeek magazine
Online Journalism Review
Presstime
Publishers Weekly

Quill
Romenesko's MediaNews [an excellent Poynter blog]
RTNDF Communicator
Tyndall Report [weekly summary of TV news coverage]
TVNewser [at Mediabistro]


Treat yourself: newspaper mottoes

freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

advocacy groups

Alternet.org [media culture site]
American Library Association

Annenberg Public Policy Center [Annenberg Sch. of Comm., UPenn]
Center for American Progress [leans progressive]
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities [nonpartisan; emphasizes low-income issues]
Center for Campus Free Speech
Center for Civic Education
Center for Democracy and Technology

Center for Digital Democracy [promotes media diversity; partisan]
Center for Individual Rights
Center for Responsive Politics [money in politics data]
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Citizens for Ethics [D.C. focused]
Common Cause
Common Dreams [news for progressives; partisan]

Critical Thinking Consortium [nice booklets]
Democracy Now!

Feminist Majority Foundation

FAIR [Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting]
Freepress.net [McChesney's[media-reform group]
Global Media Monitor
Green Watch [follows funding of enviro groups; partisan]
Institute for War & Peace Reporting [a training site for journalists in areas of conflict]
Interest groups [worldwide A to Z list]
League of Conservation Voters
League of Women Voters
NAACP

National Center for Policy Analysis [billed as nonprofit, non-partisan]
National Priorities Project [see its database; see its Iraq war cost]

POGO: Project on Government Oversight
The Political Compass [interesting; take the test]
PressThink [NYU's Jay Rosen's blog on 'the ghost of democracy in themedia machine']

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Project for Excellence in Journalism
Project on Government Oversight
Public Agenda [public policy think tank]
Public interest group registry
ReclaimDemocracy [citizens vs.corporations]
Right To Know Network [offers environmental, housing, campaign databases]
Security on Campus Inc
State PIRGs
TomPaine.common sense [liberal]
Western States Center [billed as progressive]

 

freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

reporting tools politics | economics | statistics | general

political reporting tools

AllPolitics at CNN

BallotWatch
[follow state referenda, initiatives]
Candidates, elected officials database [useful, versatile tool from Project Vote Smart]
Capital Eye [a Center for Responsive Politics site]
Center for Public Integrity
Congressional district maps [printable; from the national atlas site]
Congressional Email Directory

Congressional votes database [excellent site at Washington Post]
Editorials, columns & columnists
Follow The Money [from National Institute on Money in State Politics]
GovTrack [independent tracker of Congress, CBO]
The Hill News [about Capitol Hill]
Initiative and Referendum Institute
Legislative action center [at USAToday; offers e-mail updates of legislators' votes]
Library of Congress [search House, Senate bills w/THOMAS]

Media ownership & deregulation [a compendium from journalism.org, a Pew Center site]
Political Information [search engine for policy and political news]
The Note [from ABC News' political unit]
Political advertising [a primer by Kathleen Hall Jamieson]
PoliticalWire.com [for political-news junkies]
Project Vote Smart [tracks more than 13,000 candidates, offices]
Public Agenda Online
[issue summaries, briefings]
Questions to ask a candidate [for writing profiles]
Roll Call Online [Capitol Hill coverage; subscription req'd]

Stateline [Pew Center site; covers state issues]
Washington Post [daily political news]
Tapping Officials' Secrets [guide to states' open records and meetings laws]
Voter turnout [from U.S. Elections Project at George Mason University]

campaign finance reporting tools

2005 House, Senate financial disclosure statements [from WPost]
Campaign Finance Information Center
[at IRE]
Campaign contribution limits [from CRP]
Center for Responsive Politics [Following the money? Begin with Opensecrets.org; see also followthemoney.org, which looks at state $$$]
FEC disclosure data search
Federal Election Commission
Money in Politics -- the basics [from CRP]
Political Action Committees [searchable database from CRP]
Poliltical Money Line [some parts subscriber-based]


economics | statistics | general

economic reporting tools

10-K Wizard
Annual Report Gallery

Annual reports, tips for reading
Annual Report Service [PRARS; free via The Public Register]
Bureau of Economic Analysis
Business Plan Archive [R.I.P for dot-coms]
BusinessWire [an 'AP'-like wire for business news]
Business & economics resources [Mansfield University database links; a gold mine!]
Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment
The Dismal Scientist
Dictionaries & glossaries [biz, econ, accounting]
EconData.net [regional economic info]
Economics challenge [from Minneapolis Fed branch]
Economic literacy test [embarrassing, but worthwhile; see also Campaign for Economic Literacy test]
Economic Policy Institute Economic terms, guide to [From FACS]
Economics, economic stats [reference guide from UCal at Santa Barbara]EDGAR [search SEC filings; see also FreeEDGAR]


Budget Explorer
[useful learning tool for U.S. budget]
Budget 101 [fed budget guide from WPost]

Guides to understand U.S. budget process
[useful links at Colgate]
U.S. Gov. budget, Fiscal 2006
OMB Watch
National Priorities Project Database
[powerful search tools]
Congressional Budget Office



Federal Trade Commission

Financial Data Finder

FINWeb [financial economics site; useful links]
Foundation Center [oriented toward fund raising; offers grantwriting tips]
Glossary, investor's

Great National Economics Test [from Univ. of Omaha]
Guidestar [DB of 700,000 non-profits]
Hoover's Online
[sub. req'd for some uses]
National Council on Economic Education
Researching companies online [a nice tutorial]

Securities & Exchange Commission
Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center [demographics, remote sensing, environmental uses]
U.S. Census Bureau


politics
| statistics | general

statistical reporting tools

Crime stats [from FBI; incidence-based]
Crime stats [from Bureau of Justice Statistics; survey-based]
Current Population Survey
Data on the Net [Univ. of Calif. at San Diego]
Death statistics
Divorce, marriage stats [from NCHS]
Energy Information Administration [at US DoE]
FedStats [federal government statistics]
FedWorld [federal government info]
Global statistics [potpourri of worldwide ###s]
National Center for Charitable Statistics

National Center for Education Statistics

National Opinion Research Center
[at Univ. of Chicago]

OSHA inspections
[stats and data]
Religious, geographical stats [see also Beliefnet]
Statistical Abstracts [from Census Bureau; see also 'Statistics in Brief']
Poll results [20 questions to ask the pollsters]
PollingReport.com [sub. req'd for some uses]
POW/MIA databases


National statistics from FedStat

Agriculture | Crime | Demographics | Economic
Education
| Energy | Environment | Health
Income |Labor | Natural resources
Safety | Transportation

Polls, surveys

Marist Institute for Public Opinion
Public Opinion on International Affairs [U.S., world]
LA Times polls
Public opinion stats, guide to
[from UC-San Diego; mostly library sources; comprehensive, useful]

The Roper Center [polling data]
Understanding basics of polling
[from notrain-nogain.org]
Understanding polls [a simple short course]



Statistical agencies; U.S., international
[comprehensive list of gov't number crunchers]
Statistics-based information
[links to stats, database sources]
Statistics links by subjects
[University of Michigan Document Center]
STAT-USA [Dept. of Commerce economic info site; subscrition req'd]
State and County QuickFacts [from U.S. Census Bureau]
Title IX gender equity stats [from Chronicle of Higher Ed.]
U.S. Census Bureau
Vital Records [Nat'l Vital Stats System; see state-by-state list of sources of vital records near bottom; see also Find 'Em Fast at FACS using registration, death files to locate people; see also Who is John Doe?]


politics
| economics | general

general reporting tools

419 email scams
American Association of University Professors [AAUP]

Audit Bureau of Circulations
[ABC now audits web activity; see its top200 papers list]
Aviation safety data [from NTSB]
Bad Science Pages [debunking bad science in media]
The Bible [full text, searchable, several versions]
Biographical Dictionary
Biographies [links to biographics databases]
Bureau of Labor Statistics [Try 'Economy at a Glance']
Canadian news [called 'Canoe'; offers news, entertainment, sports, business info]
Centers for Disease Control
Center for Defense Information [security policy think tank]
CIA World Factbook
Computer virus myths
CJR media ownership list [guide to who owns what;
see The Nation's Big Ten list, too]
Comserve [CIOS; some subscription services]
CyberTimes Navigator [NYT's Internet guide]
DeadOrAlive.com [finds just what it says]
Defense Department 'DefenseLink' [links to fact files]
Distances: How far is it? [Distances between cities; useful map displays from Xerox, others]
Doctors [AMA's physician select]
Elections Project [voter turnout]
Electronic Embassy
Educator's Reference Desk [formely Education Resources Information Center or ERIC]
ESPN.com
EurasiaNet [a project of Open Society Institute]
Federal judiciary [clearinghouse page; basic info on U.S. courts]
Federal Register [searchable; through GPO Access]
Federal regulations [search for, comment on fed regs; extensive, useful site]
Find 'Em Fast [FACS; using registration, death files to locate people]
Hoaxbusters [from DoE's Computer Incident Advisory Center; hoaxes, viruses, etc.]
How stuff works [explanations, descriptions, Q&As of things, processes; worth a look]
Information Please
[the "almanac" site] d
Internet Nonprofit Center
[contains government info on 1.4 million nonprofits]



Map-based information

Mapping and Analysis for Public Safety
Map Machine [from National Geographic]
Maps [map-based information sites]
Maps & References [Univ. of Iowa Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research]

National Atlas of the United States
National Imagery and Mapping Agency
TerraServer [topos, aerials; searchable by zip code]


FirstGov's 'Gateways':
Citizen | Business | Government




Internet Movie Database

Internet Public Library Reference Center
Internet Scout Report [a digital "clip" service; worth a look]
IRS 990s for non-profits [via Guidestar]
Lawyers
Medscape [medical news from WebMD]
Media Access Project [a non-profit, public-interest law firm]
Multinational Monitor [tracks corporate activity, esp. in the Third World]

National Archives and Records Administrations [site for government records]
Nat'l Association of Counties
Nat'l Center for Biotechnology Info [Nat'l Library of Medicine, Nat'l Institutes of Health; search 'PubMed']
National Center for Education Statistics

National Center for Policy Analysis
[bills self as 'non-partisan'; caveat emptor]

National Conference of State Legislatures
National Criminal Justice Reference Center [invaluable; links to courts, crime stats, etc.]
National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting
National Public Radio archives

National Security Archives
[an independent non-governmental research institute and library]
News backgrounders [from FACS]

Newspaper Archives on the Web

Newspaper archives| archives| morgues [from the Library of Congress reading room]
Opinions, Ideas and Commentary [links to editorial, opinion pages worldwide]
'Phone books' [phone numbers, zip codes, etc.]
Population Reference Bureau [worldwide pop. data]
POW/MIA database
Presidential news, speeches [at Bush W.H.]
Quackwatch [controversial; deals w/ health fraud]
Philanthropic resources at CapitalResearch
PR Newswire [business-oriented; some breaking news]
ProfNet

Reporter's Desktop [Duff Wilson's coordinated search page]
Reporting resources, tips [from notrain-nogain.org, a first-rate site]
Reverse lookup [numbers to people]
Salary data [from CollegeJournal.com at WSJ]
Salary survey [from mediabistro]
Secretaries of state [all 50 states, links to public records, corporate filings; fees req'd]
SourceWatch [keeps tabs on 'experts']

Space Telescope Science Institute [Hubble pix, data]
Sports Journalism Toolbox [if you cover sports, you need this; from Mike Reilley]
State, Local Government Links
Stateline.org [gen. state news roundup]
Tax Sites Directory
Television News Archives
Television ratings
Time: What time is it? [time hack from U.S. Naval Observatory clock]
U.S. Court records [PACER site]
U.S. Code [a searchable 'laws of the land']
U.S. Department of State
Urbanlegends [also net hoaxes]
The Weather Channel
Weather Service [feds; see also NOAA's Northeast Regional Climate Center]
The White House
Wikipedia
WWW Acronym and Abbreviation Server
Zip code look-up [from the U.S. Postal Service]

politics | economics | statistics

freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
writing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

editing tools

American Copy Editors Society
Bibliography for copy editors
Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
Chicago Manual of Style online
Karla's guide to citation styles [includes e-cites]
The Copyright Website

Copy Editor's Toolbox [from API]

CQ: what it means
Editing Guidelines Booklet [ACES' exc. assessment test]
E-Resources for Copy Editors
Institute for Midcareer Copy Editors
Language tools [set of translation tools]
Merriam-Webster Online
Online Dictionaries
[various languages]


Online Books Page [freebies]
Regret the error [cool! a site about corrections]
The Slot: A Spot for Copy Editors
Style & Substance [WSJ style guide]
What exactly is a copy editor?
Word Spy [billed as 'word lover's web site']
World Wide Words [British take on English]
WSJ Style & Substance newsletter

freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
math/statistics help
jobs/internships

writing tools

Art of the interview [from Poynter]
Avoid Common Writing Errors
[a 'Soyouwanna' site]
Barlett's Familiar Quotations
Beginning Reporting [Jim Hall's excellent intro to journalism]
Common Errors in English
Citation styles, electronic
The Elements of Style
Email typography [writing, style, etiquette tips]
Getting an 'A' on an English paper
A guide to thesis preparation [overview from Loyola Univ.]
Grammar & Style Notes
Grammar, usage, style links [at dictionary.com]

this month's 'must-see'
Newsroom 101
[a masterpiece from Ron Hartung & Gerald Grow]



Grammar & Writing Guide [excellent review tool]
The King's English
[H.W. Fowler]
Language Corner
[Evan Jenkins' CJR column]
Literary, rhetorical terms [a glossary from Jack Lynch]
National Writers Union
Newsthinking [Bob Baker's site from his excellent textbook]

The Plain Language Action Network [federal gov't writing initiative]
The Pulitzer Prizes

Quotations [links to 'famous' quotation archives]
Rhetorical devices [more than you'll ever need]
Roget's Internet Thesaurus
Shakespeare [complete works online]
Story Framing: Four Vital Ingredients [from Poynter]
The Tongue Untied [well-organized grammar site]
Verb tense chart [from Purdue's writing lab; see also Mary Ansell's version]
Word Detective [excellent -- and fun, too]
The Writer's Center

Writing for the web [eclectic list of topics]
Writing Resources


freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
jobs/internships

for the math and statistically challenged

About Math
Afraid of Math? Take a Number [Scroll down this page for a good lesson in percentage increase/decrease]
American Mathematical Society
American Statistical Association
Calculator.org [has online calculators]
Calculators On-Line Center -- Math
Calculators On-Line Center -- Statistics
Cost-of-Living Calculator
Currency converter
Data analysis pitfalls [an article on 'how to avoid lies and damned lies']
'Data Mining' on your beat [from no-train, no-gain site]
Dollar conversion calculator [inflation adjuster at CJR] Epidemiology for journalists [FACS explanation]

Financial calculators [calculators for mortages, CPI, IRA, Roths, after-tax, annuities and more]
HyperStat Online [introductory level hypertext statistics book]

'must-reads' for stat-shaky journalkists

Statistics Every Writer Should Know
Math Competency Test for Journalists
Math Quiz for Journalists
News & Numbers [ from the late Vic Cohn's book]
Sporadic Exponent [from author John Allen Paulos]
Numeracy resources [from notrain-nogain.org]




Inflation calculators [from NASA site]
Inflation conversion factors [a gold mine from Ore. St.'s Bob Sahr]

Innumeracy.com
Interactive calculation pages
[Wow! Every stat you ever needed]
Interactive Stats
[Web pages that do statistical calculations]

Internet Glossary of Statistical Terms

IRE math test for journalists [g'wan, test y'self]
Math Forum [selected math resources by subject]
Numeracy exercises [from notrain-nogain.org]
Percentage Calculators
Percent Change Calculator
Polling, basics of [from Kathleen Wickham at notrain-nogain.org]
Risk reporting [FACS explainer]
Salary comparisons [compares salaries, cost of living between cities]
The Spreadsheet Page
StatSoft Electronic Textbook [on-line statistics course]
STATS -- Statistical Assessment Service [excellent; try its weblogs]]
Time, speed, distance basics [from U.S. Coast Guard]
Unit Converters [many useful conversion tools]
Web Math [from the Discovery Channel]

freedoms
trade groups
news media sites
trade publications
advocacy groups
reporting tools
editing tools
writing tools
math/statistics help

jobs and internships [Note: Increasingly, jobs sites require registration or membership; some may be dated.]

ABC News internships
ACES JobBank
[copy-editing jobs]
AdAge.com Career Center
Advertising & Media Jobs Page
Adweek classifieds [free -- 7 days or older -- vs. 'premium']
AJR's JobLink for Journalists
American Ass'n of Sunday and Feature Editors job bank
Art of the job interview [from Poynter's Greg Favre]
ASNE Careers in Journalism page
ASNE newspaper internships list
Associated Press jobs
Broadcasting Training Program [stresses training of minorities]
Business mag jobs
California journalism job bank [from Calif. Society of Newspaper Editors]
Canadian journalism jobs
CareerJournal.com [compendium of WSJ stys on media and journalism trends]
CNN jobs [mostly entry-level 'VJ' jobs; cum grano salis]
Communication Workers of America
Copy Editor Job Board
Corporation for Public Broadcasting job bank
Cox Career Network [newspaper, TV chain]
Crashing the Market [journalists' guide to cover letters, résumés from Medill's Mike Reilley]
Detroit Free Press' Jobs Page Toolkit
Digital Media jobs blog [at PaidContent.org]
Dow Jones Newspaper Fund internships
Editor & Publisher classifieds

E.W. Scripps Co. jobs [newspapers, TV]
Freedom Communications jobs [newspapers,mags, b-cast]
Freelance jobs [from Writerfind]
Fox News internships
Gannett jobs

Headline Club job bank
Hearst jobs [newspapers, mags, b-cast]
Insert Text Here [has nice j-jobs site]
IPA job directory
IRE jobs bank

Iwantmedia.com media jobs [contains many links to media job banks]
JournalismJobs.com
[billed as 'job board for media pros']
JournalismJobs.com internship search engine


Journalism fellowships, scholarships

JournalismNext [jobs and community for journalists of color]
JMC graduate surveys
Journalism and Women Symposium job bank

Journalism résumé templates

Knight-Ridder newsroom internships

Knight-Ridder jobs

Landmark Publications jobs [mostly Va. newspapers]
Magazine Publishers of America [internships, other resources]
Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Assn. internship
Media Bistro job listings [other services, reg'n req'd]
McClatchy Co. jobs [primarily newspapers]
MediaJobz.com
MSNBC internships
NAA's EmployLink
NAB's Career Center [b-cast]
NABJ jobs board [membership reg'd]
NAHJ Career Services [membership req'd]
NBC News internships
NCEW's editorial writer/columnist jobs bank
New England Newspaper Ass'n [click on 'help wanted' and 'scholarships']
New England Press Association scholarships
New Jersey newspaper internships
New York Press Association job bank
New York Press Assn. internships, fellowships
News Jobs Network [a 'metadatabase of job sites']
The Newspaper Guild
Newslab [promotes better TV news; Columbia U. Grad. Sch. of Journalism]
Newspaper Career Bank [from NAA and partners]
Newspaper industry statistics [NAA summary of info based on 1999 data]
National Diversity Newspaper Job Bank
NPPA job bank [membership req'd]
POGO: Project on Government Oversight internships

 

Poynter Institute job bank list
Project on Government Oversight internships
PRSSA job web [membership req'd; PR jobs, internships]
Nonprofit jobs, internships [at Idealist.org]
Public broadcasting jobs
Radio jobs [good, eclectic list of radio job sites]
Radio jobs [more]
Radio jobs [still more]
Q&A on the job market [a Journalists Tool Box site]
Reuters jobs [worldwide; reg'n req'd]
Roll Call jobs links [D.C.-based; reg req'd]
SABEW jobs database [business writers, editor; click on employment resources and folo links; reg req'd]
Salaries, journalism [from WSJ's CollegeJournal.com]
Salaries: annual surv'eys of J/MC grads [from Univ. of Ga.]
Salaries: advertising [from Ad Age surveys]
Salaries: HotJobs Salary Wizard [good for basics; 'premium' reports cost $$$]
Salaries [from MediaBistro surveys]
Salaries: PR [2000 figures; from workinpr.com survey]
Salaries [tips, surveys at CollegeJournal, a WSJ project]
Scripps-Howard jobs
SNPA jobs bank
Society for News Design job bank
State PIRGs jobs
Time Warner careers
Tribune Co, jobs [print, mags, b-cast]
TurnerJobs.com [jobs, internships at all Ted's cos.]
TVcameramen.com
TV, radio news research [must-see by Mizzou's Vern Stone; career outlooks, salaries, etc.]
TVradioworld [links to radio, TV stations]
TV jobs [from Newsblues; reg req'd]
TVJobs.com [b-cast employment services]
TVSpy.com [membership req'd; $$$$; job tips by e-mail]
UCal-Berkeley's J-Jobs site

USAToday jobs

Writers, editors, copywriters

 



Rich soils are often to be weeded.


-- Francis Bacon

Caveat emptor, people.

Questions? Comments? Suggestions?

E-mail Denny at dwilkins@sbu.edu.

*Cum grano salis is Latin for "with a grain of salt." In other words, take what you find on the Web with a healthy dose of skepticism. The sites below offer tips on assessing credibility of the information you find.

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Or, Why It's a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Resources

Overview and How-to's of on-line searching, information gathering, and assessing credibility of on-line information

 

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