Communication and Journalism

10 x 10: 100 Words and Pictures that Define the Time -- Collage of words and pictures harvested hourly from major news sources
Ad Access - Online Image Database
American Press Institute -- Founded in 1946 by newspaper publishers to train and improve the news industry and jourlism educators.
American Rhetoric -- Index to and database of over five thousand full-text, audio, and streaming video versions of public speeches, sermons, debates, etc.
American Society of Journalists and Authors
Center for Communication -- An independent media forum
Center for Defense Information (CDI) -- An independent think tank for policy makers
Center for Democracy & Technology -- Promotes both free expression and privacy in the digital age; deals with the fight against terrorism.
Center for Public Integrity -- Investigative journalism in the public interest
ComFile - Communication Resources on the Net
Common Cause -- A non-partisan citizen's lobbying group against corruption and special interests
Communication Institute for Online Scholarships
CorpWatch: Holding corporations accountable -- Fights for corporate accountability, human rights, and social and environmental justice.
Council on Foreign Relations -- Promotes debate on critical policy issues of global impact
Douglass: Archives of American Public Address
FACSNET -- The Foundation for American Communications
Free Speech Movement Digital Archive -- Includes primary documents about the student protest at UC Berkeley in the 1960s
Freedom Forum -- A nonpartisan foundation for free press, free speech, and free spirit
Gallup Organization
Garbl's Writing Center -- by Gary B. Larson
History of Televised Presidential Debates -- From Chicago's Museum of Broadcast Communication
Human Rights Watch -- Investigates human rights abuses worldwide
IGC: Intsitute for Global Communications -- Information on peace, environment, women and anti-racist issues -- Daily news and information in Native American issues and people
InFact -- Exposes life-threatening abuses by transnational corporations
Institute for War and Peace Reporting -- Alternative news sources
Investigative reporters and editors -- Information geared to assist journalists doing in-depth news reporting -- Online home of the Project for Excellence in Journalism
July 1942: United We Stand -- Includes 300 magazine covers used to promote the sales of war bonds in 1942
Marion Brechner Citizen Access Project -- Covers public access laws to information in all 50 states
Museum of Broadcast Communications -- News, archives and history of broadcasting
Nazi and East German propaganda -- collection of important, primary sources
Newswise -- Comprehensive source for reporters offering press releases on current research
Old-time Radio -- Program guide and sound clips from earlier radio broadcasts
OneWorld United States -- Human rights and poverty news from over 1600 organizations worldwide
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press -- Independent opinion research group
Plagiarism -- By Sharon Stoerger
Polling Report
Population Reference Bureau -- Comprehensive site on on world population trends
Poynter Online: Everything you need to become a better journalist
Pulitzer Prizes
Roper Center for Public Opinion Research -- An archive preserving data from polls taken by major research organizations
STATS: The Statistical Assessment Service -- Promotes accurate reporting of scientific, quantitative, and social research
Television Production: a comprehensive online cybertext on studio and field production
TV LINK - Film & Television Industry Archive
Vanderbilt Television News Archive -- The site offers 850,000 records including every ABC, CBS, and NBC evenign news broadcast since August 5, 1968 -- Electronic newspapers and sources from around the world

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Last update on October 15, 2013