An organization for freelancers. "Members share candid data on writing
rates, publishing contracts, editors, agents and more. Non-members benefit
from our Contracts Watch newsletter, annual writers conference and writing
"AHCJ is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing
public understanding of health care issues. Its mission is to improve the
quality, accuracy and visibility of health care reporting, writing and
editing. We have many resources on our Web site and will be launching an
even more robust site with more original content." --Pia Christensen
"Disciplines represented within the association include: print and
broadcast journalism, television and radio production, film, advertising,
public relations, marketing, graphic design, multi-media design, and photography.
The list is continually growing as the profession expands into the newer
Contains many links pertaining to the region, as well as the magazine
Reportage Media Bulletin (containing full-text articles: Noam Chomsky on
Journalism and Reporting Aboriginal Deaths in Custody) and Signposts to
Asia and the Pacific (an online database for journalists and researchers)
and much more.
"CCJ is a Knight Foundation-funded nonprofit that
conducts newsroom training around the country and shares tools, resources,
commentary on issues affecting journalists, and more with its global
membership and website users. " --Brett A. Mueller
"The Dart Center is a global network of journalists, journalism educators
and health professionals dedicated to improving media overage of trauma,
conflict and tragedy. The Center also addresses the consequences of such
coverage for those working in journalism."
The Journal publishes three issues per year, including articles, student
notes, commentaries, and book reviews examining a wide range of U.S. and
international communications and information issues, including telecommunications,
the First Amendment, broadcasting, telephony, computers, intellectual property,
communications and information policymaking, and related fields.
Produced by the Newspaper Collectors Society - "This site is devoted
to press coverage of events in American history. It includes an extensive,
searchable, library with the categories Civil War, Baseball, Engravings,
Journalism Hoaxes, Old West including Billy the Kid, Jesse James, Crime
figures such as Bonnie and Clyde, Lizzie Borden and over a dozen other categories.
The Presidential Library includes the inaugural addresses of all U.S. presidents."
Daily news by industry, links to media publications, organizations, companies,
jobs and general news compiled and edited by Patrick Phillips, freelance
journlist and corporate writer, who says "I Want Media to be a hub for
"The Center is committed to working with colleagues around the globe
to: share journalistic, managerial and technical expertise; provide the
latest information on media developments, journalism ethics and professional
practices; offer support services relevant to changing needs; and encourage
vital and independent media that are professionally, ethically and financially
"The IFJ promotes co-ordinated international action to defend press
freedom and social justice through the development of strong, free and independent
trade unions of journalists." Their Web site offers 3 news bulletins,
resources on Human Rights and Safety, and an extensive page of links to
journalism organizations around the world.
"ICIJ was launched in 1997 as a project of the Center for Public Integrity
to extend globally the Center's style of watchdog journalism in the public
interest by marshaling the talents of the world's leading investigative
reporters to focus on issues that do not stop at water's edge."
"IWMF programs are designed to move women into key positions in the news
media by providing them with the information, skills and connections they
need to succeed. … The IWMF online training center offers comprehensive training
courses designed to help journalists manage their careers and develop their
Scholarly Journals in Mass Communication and Related Fields edited by
Carolyn Stewart Dyer. "The searchable online Directory catalogs the
manuscript requirements and review processes of more than 125 English-language
"The Project for Excellence in Journalism is an initiative by journalists
to clarify and raise the standards of American journalism. … There are two
main components to the Project. First, it sponsors The Committee of Concerned
Journalists, which after a series of nationwide public forums, now conducts
a national newsroom training program, The Traveling Curriculum. Second,
it conducts research. Several reports are released each year, including
a new Annual Report on the State of the News Media."
Comprehensive resource to magazine publishing resources available
on the WWW. In-depth categories focus on general publishing, design and
layout, editorial/journalism, circulation/promotion, production and web
publishing, research tools and more.
"The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an organization
of journalists, students and media-related professionals that provides
quality programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists
"Professional development ... an annual conference ... cost-effective libel
insurance ... peer competition ... a grassroots First Amendment e-mail alert
system ... a newsletter ... networking ... member services ... national advocacy
on issues significant to us."
"NICAR is a program of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. and
the Missouri School of Journalism. Founded in 1989, NICAR has trained thousands
of journalists in the practical skills of finding, prying loose and analyzing
An organization of journalists, online media professionals, and students
that works from within the journalism industry to foster fair and accurate
coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues.
"Reporters Without Borders' maintains this trilingual (French, English
and Spanish) website in order to keep a daily tally of attacks on press
freedom as they occur throughout the world. Updated several times a day,
it functions like a press-freedom news agency."
is committed to the study, research and promotion of advertisements,
journalism and cartoons on non profit basis. This brings history alive
in the most innovative form. Projects related to Indian
cartoons, advertisements and journalism during British Raj are being
conducted. Kindly view our website for more details.
Technology's Impact on Journalism by Annenberg Senior Fellow Ellen Hume.
"Niche marketing already has arrived, in both commerce and politics. Instead
of offering a single product to the greatest possible number of customers,
marketers now try to sell as many specially tailored products as possible--over
time--to the same loyal customers."
NICAR is an educational institute providing both basic and advanced instruction
in the use of computer analysis and research for journalists. We offer
seminars at our home base in Columbia, Missouri, as well as one to five
day courses around the country.