A unique news source that uses the Google search technology to assemble a
news page made up of links to English language news sources from all over the
world. Unlike most front pages, Google News's constantly updated homepage is
not chosen by human editors -- any bias comes from the search rating algorithms
not personal politics. You can also search for news published within the past
30 days. They have recently added International versions in a variety of languages.
Scroll to the bottom of the page for these.
The English language site for the Arabic-language TV channel -- actually
several channels including news, sports, a C-SPAN-like channel that broadcasts
events in real time, and a children's channel. Based in Doha, Qatar an emirrate
on the Arabian Penisula.
Perhaps the best known news agency, and the oldest -- started in
1846. "AP operates as a not-for-profit cooperative with 3,700 employees working
in more than 240 worldwide bureaus. AP is owned by its 1,500 U.S. daily newspaper
members. They elect a board of directors that directs the cooperative."
"A program of the
Center for War, Peace, and the News Media at New York University's Department
of Journalism and Mass Communication." Areas covered: Balkan Conflicts
East Asian Security EU Integration & Enlargement Middle East NATO Expansion
Nuclear Weapons & Proliferation South Asian Security U.S. Defense
Begun in the 1960s as an international cooperative of journalists.
"In 1994, in order to strengthen its non-profit identity, IPS
changed its legal status to that of a ‘public-benefit organisation
for development cooperation’, open to journalists, professional
communicators and bodies active in the fields of information and communication.
...The core activity of IPS is a global news agency producing independent
news and analysis about events and global processes affecting the economic,
social and political development of peoples and nations, especially
in the South. IPS is the news agency of Civil Society and the South,
Development Issues, The Globalisation Process and of the People Excluded
"What if a media
company defined its success as achieving a self-sustaining but more modest
profit and providing a serious, thoughtful forum for a global discourse
on our age (and, as Fallows points out, serious need not mean dull)?"
Links to hundreds
of online publications and news sources via: AJR Newslink, Alpha complete
news index, Canadian Publications Online, Canadiana - The Canadian Resource
Page, CARDMEDIA - Canadian Media Sites including Community Newspapers,
Editor & Publisher Online Newspapers, edoc Newspapers and WebOvision.
National News for the Political Junkie - a blog by Mike Adamick, award winning
reporter for various S.F. Bay Area papers. "Adamick updates Poliwonks
each morning from his home in San Francisco. Drawing from more than 50 newspapers
and news wires, Poliwonks provides a comprehensive review of political stories
from the Beltway to the Heartland"
Community reinvestment (which requires banks to lend in low- and
moderate-income neighborhoods), environmental justice, insurance and
telecommunications redlining, the Federal Reserve, the Bronx, and other resources and news related to inner city activism.
"The LAFP is
a direct descendent of the controversial alternative press of the 1960s
and particularly of the original Los Angeles Free Press" produced
for the Web by volunteers working on their own computers.
"Out There News is a news agency born on the Net. It pioneers a non-linear journalism in which people create their own experience of the news rather than passively receiving information. The audience become journalists themselves, meeting people, discovering facts and absorbing atmosphere to form their own understanding of the issues." Created
by two former Reuters reporters, John West and Paul Eedle, based in London.
"This is literally
Jane Prettyman's homepage, one average citizen (albeit an experienced
editor in commercial media at Esquire Magazine and other print outlets),
working with an online network of dozens of associates and researchers.
TRNP models the role of "examiner" and steers you to good reporting, commentary
and analysis of the newsmedia by others. We focus on certain under-reported
stories and have built "special edition" subsites around them. We're
interested in journalistic ethics."
A daily news briefing
on women and politics that follows the "women to watch" in politics,
elected officials, candidates and those in behind-the-scenes roles. In
to the personalities, Womenconnect Politics Daily will follow the issues
and political trends affecting professional women.
clipping service is academically focused, but mostly on the intellectual
topics academics enjoy, less on the university structure and politics
than one finds within the Chronicle of Higher Education (see below).
All the financial
and market news that's fit to post. Commentary, IPO Coverage, Personal
Finance, Personal Finance, The Good Life, Investing tools data. This
site really takes advantage of the hypertextuality of the Web and could
serve as a good model for other online news sources.
A weekly news source
for college and university faculty members and administrators. You must
have a paid subscription to the paper edition to get beyond the headlines.
A major source for academic job listings, available to subscribers online,
News, reviews and
how-to articles on computers, from the user's point of view, and the World
Wide Web, mostly for designers/publishers of Web pages. Sections on: Special
Reports, News, Downloads, Hardware, Shopping, Gadgets, Games, Web Building,
internet and new media developments across the continent. From the Atlantic
to the Urals, from the Artic circle to the Caspian, europemedia brings
you the latest internet news and developments both on a pan-European level
and country-by-country. ... Europemedia is published by Van Dusseldorp
Partners, an Amsterdam-based pan-European internet research and strategy
National News for the Political Junkie - a blog by Mike Adamick, award
winning reporter for various S.F. Bay Area papers. "Adamick updates
Poliwonks each morning from his home in San Francisco. Drawing from more
than 50 newspapers and news wires, Poliwonks provides a comprehensive
review of political stories from the Beltway to the Heartland"
news reeases to the media and the financial community. Today's
News delivers breaking stories searchable by industry, company,
stock symbol or state, as well as by keywords and concept. PR Newswire's
Entertainment page is where you can receive the most up-to-date information
in the entertainment industry. Other areas: Healthcare/Biotechnology,
Technology, Finance, Energy, Washington & the World, Computer News
Daily, Your Health Daily, the Car Connection, E/Town and SnoCountry.