A website dedicated to promoting knowledge-based reporting and is targeted to journalism educators. A project of the Carnegie-Knight Initiative on the Future of Journalism Education.
Help for Journalists
Poynter's Al Tompkins runs this journalism resource site for educators.
FASCNET Internet Resources
A searchable database of hundreds of helpful sites, organized by beats and topics.
News & Observer's NeRD on the Road
The (Raleigh, N.C.) News and Observer's reporter intranet.
Web Resources for Journalists
Several helpful links on a single page.
Robert Niles, formerly of the USC-Annenberg's Online Journalism Review, writes in a community forum "devoted to media, business, arts and technology criticism." He invites readers to share their observations in a public journal on the site.
Pew Center: Journalism Tools
Links to resources for print, online, TV, radio journalists.
Journalism Resources Blog
A great collection of links and helpful sites from web expert Marcus Zillman.
Started by the managing editor at CBS/WBBM-TV in Chicago, this site, under new ownership, is used worldwide to navigate millions of destinations on the Internet each month. Our main users are the news decision makers of the world who decide what hundreds of millions of people see and read each day.
Tools for Reporters Newsletter
Resources and tips emailed to you.
Dozens of helpful links and a great listing of journalism job sites from former OC Register reporter Michelle Nicolosi.
Internet Resources for Writers
A great one-page stop for helpful writing and reporting links.
A super links site from Chris Callahan of the University of Maryland.
A super writing and journalism site from Bob Baker of the LA Times.
Jeremy Caplan's Useful Sites
Apps, websites and other tools.
Al's Diggin' Sites
Reporting A list of fun, offbeat but helpful sites from Poynter's Al Tompkins. Includes an RSS feed.
60 Sites in 60 Minutes
A site full of legal research tools on one page.
The Internet Scout Report
A weekly update of resourceful sites from the University of Wisconsin Department of Computer Sciences.
A Web log of news resources.
Resource Shelf's DocuTicker
A helpful research blog run by several top researchers.
A non-profit site by journalists for journalists.
WSJ.com: Style & Substance Newsletter
Style tips from the Wall Street Journal.
the lowercase world of sreenath sreenivasan
associate professor of professional practice administrator, online journalism awards co-founder, south asian journalists association.
Roger Mellen's Journalists' Web Tools
A nice collection of links from a George Mason University professor.
This British site is an annotated list of sites chosen to help reporters, writers and editors make good use of the Internet.
Neat New Stuff on the Web
A super list of new resources updated weekly by librarian Marylaine Block.
NY Times: Newsroom Navigator
New York Times' free online directory of useful websites.
The Journalist's Toolkit
About 40 helpful journalism links, including tools, interview tips and Web guides.
Information and links for all reporting needs.
Web Sites for Journalists
Hundreds of good links.
News portal for journalists. Links galore, organized by topics.
AP Style Exercises Online
Developed by Ron Hartung, coaching at the Tallahassee Democrat.
No-Frills Jump List
San Francisco State's excellent Web tools site.
Links to dozens of helpful resources off one page.
Smarting Surfing Links
A Columbia University professor offers tips on searching the Web.
Internet Journalism Resources
From Minnesota State University.
The One-Minute Web Guide
More than 400 carefully selected links for journalists.
PowerReporting's Top 100 Journalism Links
A great collection, listed in alphabetical order.
Aims to be the benchmark for online content in Australia. Includes an archive of content-related tips from a weekly e-mail newsletter; a database of Web site reviews from a weekly columnist and weekly radio show; a free content jobs database for web work and workers; FAQs for content employers and employees; and contributed columns and reviews.
A journalism weblog.
LA Community College Journalism 101
Links to dozens of helpful websites.
Columbia Journalism Review: Reporting Resources
Links to dozens of online tools.
News & Observer?s NeRD on the Road
The (Raleigh, N.C.) News and Observer's intranet site for reporters.
A Journalist's Toolbox
Links to research sites from Cal State Northridge.
Moorhead State's Journalism Resources Page
A super site with hundreds of links.
Media and Academic Resource List
A links site to thousands of news resource sites.
A great links resource for communications, health.
Reference materials for writers to address the questions journalists do.
Dozens of links. Chicago and AP stories.
The Virtual Acquisition Shelf & News Desk
"New and Useful Web Sites, Industry News, Full-Text Docs of Interest to the Info Professional."
Mike Wendland of the Detroit Free Press runs this Blog site about news Web sites and tools.
Offers blogs, job tips, journalism school statistics and "valuable industry news for tomorrow's editorial talent."
Internet resources for journalists.
Pressnet: Journalists, Journalism and Mass Media in Internet
Journalists, journalism, mass media, students, studious, teachers and professors of the journalism and the social communication.World directory. Specialized directory.
The Invisible Web: Uncovering Information Sources Search Engines Can't See
This directory, the companion site to the book of the same name, is brought to us from Chris Sherman and Gary Price, to research specialists. In addition to the Invisible Web Directory, a useful annotated directory of sources for "invisible" resources on the Web, the site features the text from the book's chapter on business and investing resources as well as .pdf versions of the introduction and table of contents.
Jim's Word/Writer's Links
A great collection of writing resources for journalists and others.
Friend or Follow
A helpful database for tracking Twitter followers and to track who's following you.
St. Ambrose Library: Best Information on the Net
Thousands of resources from the web, just a click away.
Lee Enterprises' Editorial Matters
Focused mainly on the company's journalism products, the site also has a few resources subjects such as multimedia storytelling.
Blog from NYU's Jay Rosen on new media and other timely topics.