An independent information service providing subscribers with alternative news, views, information and ideas from hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and leading public interest organizations.
The American Amateur Press Association is a nation-wide non-profit organization of amateur journalists founded in 1936.
Here you can find a comprehensive guide to journalism resources on the World Wide Web, a guide to awards and fellowships available to journalists, information about our new issue, subscriptions, back issues, and submitting your work.
An independent news and photo agency specializing in feature stories from conflict areas all around the world.
With yearly photographic competitions and awards, workshops, trade show, portfolio critiques and speakers geared to the total photographer. 1st Place Spot News: (44 pgs.) Joe Stefanchik, Western Kentucky University. The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar thanks you for inviting us into your virtual home.
The BLACKLISTED JOURNALIST's COLUMN ONE, a writer who once was one of the world's most powerful pop columnists but who has been effectively blacklisted for some 23 years, makes his reappearance before a reading audience by debuting on the world-wide Internet.
Freelance science writer on the lookout for new openings, job offers and consultancy requests in the editorial arena.
The Broadcasting Corner offers a multitude of news and data from the world of international broadcasting, especially in the realm of new broadcasting technologies.
This site is brought to you by the California Society of Newspaper Editors, the California Newspaper Publishers Association, the California First Amendment Coalition and the Associated Press News Executives Council of California and Nevada.
Canada's only national organization of journalists. We have more than 1,400 members and are growing every year. We are at all levels in the profession, reporters, editors and news directors, writers and researchers, producers and publishers, students and professors. You'll find us coast to coast, from small-town weeklies to big city dailies, from private radio stations to network television studios. We welcome anyone from the profession who has something to learn or something to teach.
The online headquarters for the corporation that subsidizes PBS and NPR. Includes CPB profile and annual report, plus links to lots of other public broadcasting sites on the Web.
When discussing the electronic newspaper of the future, people often concentrate on technological issues such as the method of delivery, hardware and security, and how they're going to integrate the advertising. What is rarely talked about is how it will look and how readers will interact with it. Among all the attention given to data highways, we hear very little about what shape a newspaper might take when it is traveling on them.
A great resource for environmentalists, with links to all sorts of journalism and environmental places on the Web, ranging from agencies to organizations to environmental topics of interest.
Cajun is a project to disseminate Journals over networks and on CD-ROM. It is funded by John Wiley & Sons and Chapman Hall.
Resources for journalists working in or covering Europe or European issues, with a Story of the Week set of links to resources on a breaking European story.
The reporters, editors and readers of the Evansville Courier compiled great resources of links for media fans.
FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting) is the national media watch group offering well-documented criticism in an effort to correct media bias and imbalance. FAIR focuses public awareness on the narrow corporate ownership of the press, the media's allegiance to official agendas and their insensitivity to women, labor, minorities, and other public interest constituencies.
F-Pro provides a forum for members to exchange information on upcoming news and media events, as well as a means to promote their work. F-Pro also serves as a discussion forum for issues important to today's freelance media professional.
A native of New York, Gleick graduated from Harvard College in 1976 and worked for ten years as an editor and reporter for The New York Times and contains his Fast Forward column on technology and the future from the New York Times Magazine.
Bryant Gumbel began anchoring "Today" on January 4, 1982. He has anchored the program longer than anyone in the show's long and storied history. All about Bryant!
A collection of links, sounds and cybserslack humor columns by Steve Hammer, the arts editor of the newspaper NUVO Newsweekly (Indianapolis, IN).
Works of art created from news and archival photographs, and other appropriated imagery illustrating a contemporary reading of the Hero monomyth.
Life is filled with polarities. These opposing pairs, like hot and cold, light and dark, good and evil, the haves and the have-nots, to name only a few, are one of a number subjects in this photographic inquiry.
The Journalism and Communication: Education and Research - page contains links to schools, university departments and other educational and training institutions devoted to journalism and communication science. The resources are arranged by continent and country.
Are you a journalist? Well this is the site for you, The Internet News Room offers a bi-monthly newsletter designed to assist the working press in making good use of the Internet for news capture. This home page provides some good research links for reporters and editors.
Links to hundreds of Internet resources of interest to investigative reporters, with a special emphasis on Canadian journalists.
An extensive set of links to lots of journalism sites on the Web, with professional societies, media outlets, journalism schools and more.
This Journalism List Redux caters to the working reporter on deadline seeking a one-stop shop at the Venn connecting the CyberSpace Frontier, the Information Superhighway and the Electronic Marketplace.
Home page for the Reynolds School of Journalism, this site provides links for students, faculty and journalists.
A great journalism resource, this site boasts a lengthy list of links to professional societies, journals, online newspapers and magazines, journalism prizes, journalism schools and a bunch more.
A selected link of journalism resources on the Web. Subjects include broadcasting, communications research and online publications.
Very large, well organized collection of photojournalism links and resources. All related to photography, journalism, and using the web.
Devoted to photography and photojournalism. Discussions on photo techniques and contains a photo gallery.
Photojournalism trough the work of John Vink, Magnum, and an online summary of his newspaper, entitled Themes.
Specialized archive for journalism students and media analysts, describing how North American media treat right-to-die issues and stories.
A comprehensive subject index of links to media sites and resources for professionals, scholars, and students.
Want Access to all kinds of newspapers, magazines, television, radio, and film companies. Then you'll want to check out this URL. It's the premiere "media-link".
Mangamania Deakin's Paul Boswell looks at the amazing world of Japanese animation with lots of cool links to manga sites on the Web.
A non-profit making organization promoting and supporting the development of UK local media industry.
News and resources for journalists in the NPC Newsroom; information about the Club, its facilities and services; and information about the National Press Building in Washington, D.C.
The Network's longest continuously running list of Newspapers, Radio & TV stations, magazines and other media outlets with 28,840 queries so far.
A think tank focusing on journalism, with an emphasis on new developments in news and information delivery.
They are an informal group of professional science reporters who meet periodically to update our knowledge about science and technology related research activities based in New England.
A one stop shopping experience for journalists attempting to investigate or evaluate WWW publishing efforts by other news organizations.
International organization of journalists serving as internal watchdogs of their newspapers and broadcast media.
Jane Pauley has presented probing and compassionate interviews to millions of American viewers throughout her career at NBC News.
Stone Phillips is principal anchor, along with Jane Pauley, of "Dateline NBC" which premiered March 31, 1992. He joined NBC News in January 1992 after a distinguished 12-year career with ABC News. Phillips contributes a wide range of reports to the broadcast, including investigations, human-interest stories and political and entertainment profiles.
Professor and author Ken Kobre's advice, opinions, and tips for professional photojournalists, featuring interviews and photoessays, both humorous and serious.
A site dedicated to photojournalism and photography. There are presently over 100 pages of photos and stories on topics ranging from Homelessness to a photo essay on Carnival workers in Ohio.
Designed as a tool for reporters, this site RIG contains hundreds of links to data and information at all types of Internet sites. All links bear a brief description and are sorted by beat.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communications has kept pace with this exciting growth. In steadily increasing numbers, the school has prepared students to take their places as today's communicators, tomorrow's leaders.
Biography - Since 1983, she operated her own freelance writing/research business in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
An online version of the USC Experts Directory that lists the expertise of more than 1000 USC scientists, scholars, administrators and physicians who are both able and willing to comment on issues and topics in the news.
Biography - NBC News Correspondent Maria Shriver is well acquainted with the rigors of network news programming, having served as anchor for a number of NBC News programs.
An archive of Soloway's writings on the war in the former Yugoslavia taken from Newsday, Time, The Toronto Star and other newspapers.
Besides offering information about the National Scholastic Press Association and the Associated Collegiate Press, they maintain a warehouse of journalism-related links for both students and professionals.
Dick has more than 35 years experience covering editorial photo assignments for the world's major publications. See a sampling of his photos.
The Time Life Photo Sight focuses on photography drawn from the extraordinary resources of the Time Inc. Picture Collection which houses approximately 20 million photographs gathered or taken on assignment for Time Inc. magazines--TIME, FORTUNE, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, PEOPLE.
A collection of images by photojournalist Randy Greenwell. Several pages of single images, photostories and links to other photojournalism resources.
Publisher of Prime Time 50-Plus and Island Living Magazines, published by Target Marketing Group, a division of Island Publishers.
This area is being developed as a teleconferencing site for the School. The current experiment uses WebChat, a beta version of software that creates a chat room for live, interactive, text and graphical online chats right on a Web page.
The School of Journalism and Communication offers programs leading to bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. Undergraduate students major in one of seven areas: advertising, broadcast news, communication studies, electronic media production, magazine journalism, news-editorial, or public relations.
Our department is one of 95 programs in the United States accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.
Findings from national surveys of television and radio news operations conducted by one of journalism's most published broadcast scholars.
Virtual Kaleidoscope's Home Page is a place devoted to the business of newspapers and how newspaper companies can use the Internet to best deliver information or produce revenues.
Adventure Travel Photojournalist, Chess Edwards, explores the unifying human condition with his captivating world images and insightful commentary. Visit Nepal, Thailand, South America and more.
High Tech Talk reporter, Mike's investigative and high-tech pieces are seen nationwide on NBC affiliates.
We are currently celebrating our 25th Anniversary, and our graduates may be found throughout the West, writing and editing the news of the region, and serving in public relations agencies and with public and private organizations.
A collection of online labor resources plus tools for journalists--links to search engines, government sites, news sources, etc.
Newsletter targeted at lawyers practicing in entertainment, sports, arts, intellectual property law, and other related areas. You'll find opinions, scholarly research and more.
This site is a central reference station for helpful information on entertainment, multimedia and online professionals. Here they provide international links to professional, legal and business services.
Monthly of interest to information technology professionals, Law Technology Product News focuses on the legal side of IT.
A summary of legal developments in the realm of electronic commerce, software and other hi-tech areas.
This newsletter, produced by two prisoners, provides important news on court decisions affecting prisoner rights.
Offers access to a Stanford Law School's student run, online journal, The Stanford Law & Policy Review, which covers issues of national political and legal significance.
Newsletter with articles on a wide variety of labor issues, from violence in the workplace to COBRA.
Provides information about a pet store specializing in reef aquarium products and supplies. The site contains catalog data.
A monthly online publication server features fictional and non-fictional poems and short stories, from authors around the world.
Offers information about catalogue.com, which builds and distributes online and CD-ROM catalogs for traditional mail order and phone order companies.
Information about The Papers, a collection of papers written about collaborative hypermedia systems related to the project at SenseMedia Netcasting.
This Computational Logic Inc. server provides pointers to information on Nqthm, the theorem prover for the Boyer-Moore logic. Also included are CLI Technical Reports, CLI research and a summary and slides from the Computational Logic 1994 Research Review.
Contains information about The Daily Bruin, the student newspaper at the University of California, providing an electronic edition, information resources, galleries of art, photo and design.
Provides information about Enterzone, a hyperzine of writing, art and new media featuring criticism, fiction, poetry, philosophy, hypertexts, computer graphics, interactive art forms, scanned photography, and drawings.
Magazine subscriptions are now available online. Most major magazines are available at guaranteed lowest prices. The visitor may fill out the form to receive Time, Fortune, etc.
This server for the OASIS Internet information provider, includes search tools and indexes, replete with computer center and publications.
Guides visitors to everything anyone can know about the Sedona area. It also offers subscriptions to a news publication.
Sofcom Distributors, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. This page contains home shopping catalog from many companies. These include makers of gadgets, wine, environmentally friendly products etc. The site also accommodates information providers and nonprofit groups. It provides information about Australia.
Provides access to the Sparco catalog, one of the world's largest computer products catalogs on the Web, with approximately 45,000 products listed. Sparco also offers great volume discounts to resellers and wholesalers around the world.
Provides access to the electronic version of this alternative/punk/independent music e-zine. The publication features interviews, sound clips, mail order catalog, reviews and links to related sites.
Contains TeleCentral CD-ROM Software Catalog, which offers everything from business and office necessities to games, from academic reference materials and programs to software features restricted to adult audiences.
Daily newspaper in the Pacific Northwest, providing news stories, more than 700 movie reviews, 75 restaurant reviews and links to hundreds of Web pages.
Contains The Trincol Journal, a weekly multimedia magazine run by students; people from around the world create the design, programming and artwork.
This site offers links to several Daily International Newspapers (both alphabetically and by country), weekly and monthly publications, E-zines, journals, sports magazines, TV and Radio News links.
Link up to electronic news and newspapers online. This site collects links to many virtual newspapers and news sites from around the WWW.
This URL is an index to all kind of news and news resources on the WWW - sites that provide consistent and accurate content.
The latest national and international technology news and developments as reported by the Newsbytes service.
Here at NewsLink you will find a comprehensive news resource, with links to more than 1,500 electronic newspapers, radio, and television.
Check out this site for links to various worldwide publications, virtual newspapers and news sites from around the WWW.
PULSE is your "one" stop on the Internet for every kind of news, information, commerce, communication, and entertainment you could possibly be looking for. It's a hot site and it's easy to use! It offers services for everyone...everyday! Make this, or any one of the services, a bookmark or your home page!
The latest news originating on the nine campuses of the University of California, plus the three national labs administered by the University.
Contains a daily news service directed at telecommunications industry professionals. WashingtonTelecom Newswire provides the latest on telecommunications, cable, Bell companies, video dialtone, cellular, cyberspace, wiretap, spectrum allocation, cable/telco cross-ownership, and more.
Time magazine's home page dedicated to upcoming presidential elections, with the latest news, candidate information, issues analysis, and links to other election resources and bulletin boards.
If you need to know where you can hear an NFL game, check out this site. You'll also find team info and RealAudio game highlights.
NBC's sports central - with information on NBC's NFL, golf and baseball coverage, plus lots of behind-the-scenes stuff on this division of the network.
NNTP a pilot project bringing multimedia into Usenet News without the need of changing existing NNTP protocol or server programs.
"One of the 50 Best Web Sites in the World," according to Net Guide, September 1995. Internet-on-a-Disk is the newsletter of public domain and freely available electronic texts. Containing information on books, speeches, movie reviews, and much, much more!
The Blacklist of Internet Advertisers purpose is to prevent inappropriate advertising on the USENET and via junk e-mail.
Links to other computer resources on the Web, plus all the Central Ohio Technology news you can handle. And then some.
If you need to define the address of your news server, a machine that runs on the NNTP protocol, for WWW click here.
A service of various colleges and universities, this page presents various news items relating to information technology.
If you are searching frequently-asked questions (and answers) about how to get banned newsgroups, click here.
This publication is designed to inform the investment community of new technological innovations in the realm of portfolio management systems.
If you are interested in learning a simple tool for discovering Usenet news groups of interest, click here.
Global Internet News Agency distributes press releases, product announcements, media alerts and other various reports. These alerts go directly to technology and business editors and reporters around the world.
If you want to know how to grep a list of newsgroups, using a Perl regular expression, point your mouse here.
The page contains samples of writings about technology and society including online versions of the nationally syndicated column, Tomorrow.
The purpose of an information filtering system is to sort through large volumes of dynamically generated information and present to the user those items which are likely to satisfy his or her information requirement.
So You Want to Create an Alt Newsgroup? Learn through the newsgroups file, reading and posting Usenet news, information on RFDs, group mentors, Netnews documentation from various schools, Usenet maps, and lists of newsgroups.
New Zealand's leading Information Technology publication is now available online. View a list of jobs that are available in the technology field on JobNetNZ.
NAS Science News List (NASSNL) is an electronic resource that presents randomly-ordered topics reflecting the myriad views held about science and technology in today's society-both within academe and without.
Here you'll find all sorts of news & publishing from books, publishers, literature, libraries, business news; cable television, electronic publishing, media history, mass communication, journalism, multimedia information, and much, much more!
Here's the Internet's first news brokerage which gives newspapers, broadcasters, and the general public info on how to set up your own news share site.
The Nordic Pages of Denmark provides daily news in Danish including; TV/radio news and schedules, as well as business/financial news, News Danske Nyheter Daily News in Danish Newspapers Bursen Financial Daily. Presentation Jyllands Posten National Daily Radio and TV TV 2 / Danmark Weekly schedules, in Danish. (TV - Commercial) Radio Energy WWW The University Radio of Copenhagen Magazines Ingeniuren/Engineering Weekly (In Danish ) Datatid Computer Time Other Filmmagasinet Scope Finland News News and information The Virtual Embassy of Finland: Official Govenment Information Newspapers Helsingin Sanomat Finnish Daily, in Finnish. Jakobstads Tidning: A Daily in Swedish - Information about the Paper in Swedish Radio and TV.
Interactive Media Online Developer offers a complete list of online resources for interactive media creators in addition to a Daily Spectrum.
A Newspaper with product reviews and editorials on businesses and their products. The publication is printed monthly.
If you are looking for semi-automatically excerpted items containing interesting URLs, then click here.
Newsletter published by the Information Law Group, addressing developments in Internet law and policy.
If you are looking for an answer to "where can I find an archive for a newsgroup?", then you and your mouse can guide your way here for answers.
Windows News & gives you and up-to-date information on your next upgrade. Also see Windows '95 and its new applications, and a complete review of Online Magazine.
There are over 4,500 Usenet News Groups and over 500,000 articles on The Daily News server. It's well organized by index and nntp news, plus system software archive.
Capital City Weekly is the largest circulation newspaper in Southeast Alaska, and a single ad will be seen by over 20,000 households, compared to half that figure with our nearest competitor!
San Antonio's bilingual newspaper brings national as well as international news to your computer in both English and Spanish.
Submit your own stories, editorials, or what have you to the Virtual Press Editor for approval to be published in this online publication for one week from the day submitted..
Discover how you can promote your Web Page with a display advertisement on this Index. Their index contains hyperlinks to sites where you can quickly gain exposure for your web page by submitting your URL address to FREE searchable databases, indexes and directories.
Register with ALIWEB which lets you organize your services so that automatic programs can simply pick up your services' descriptions, and combine them into a searchable database.
Read through this exhaustive archive of articles relating to online on-doings, or submit your own announcements here.
Use this NTG International Inc public service page to aid you in publicizing your own page easily. Check out the lists of locations to post, submit, register and publicize your home page.
Get on this list and advertise your site here! It's categorizes by topics for easy use by direct users.
Need to know about a new company on the Internet? Look it up here or submit your company to be included on the list.
If you are looking for listings of new or changed sites on the World Wide Web or want to view the current listings in this document, click here.
The intent of this net is to announce happenings of the Internet community to network staffers and end users.
Search for anything on the Internet or apply to be listed in the New Riders' Official World Wide Web Yellow Pages, and they'll notify you if your entry has been accepted.
Submit your URL here! If accepted by NTG, you'll see it in NTG's Cyber Mall and be notified by E-mail when it has been added.
You can automatically submit your URL to be posted over 100 of the most popular Web sites and publications on the Internet. Your announcement also goes out to several hundred key editors at print publications, TV and radio stations worldwide.
Promote your web site by submitting it here on this page. Categories include Site of the Day, Mailing Lists, newsgroups companies in Commercial Sites, Free Sites, and more.
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For a minimal sum this registration service will announce your site in at least a dozen different major Internet resource centers. Let others do the work!
Use Starting Point to search out new interesting sites or submit your own URL site to be put into Starting Point.
Submit your URL to this free service which simplifies the process of submitting your URLs to a variety of WWW catalogs.