Tap into some of the Web's most useful communication resources, including topics such as Professional Organizations, General Resources for Mass Media and Journalism, Mass Communication Ethics, and other helpful topics.
National Press Club
Membership in the National Press Club is open to journalists, former journalists, government information officers and to those who are considered by journalists to be regular news sources. Its purpose is to provide people who gather and disseminate news a center for the advancement of their professional standards and skills, the promotion of free expression, mutual support and social fellowship. Club services include both professional and social activities.
General Resources: Mass Media
PopCultures.com’s Mass Media & Communication Site
An extensive list of links from Sarah Zupko and PopCulture.com.
The Media and Communications Site (UK)
The MCS (pronounced 'mix') site is a British-based gateway to Web resources useful in the academic study of media and communication. It is being developed by Dr Daniel Chandler, lecturer in Media Theory at the Department of Education in the University of Wales, Aberystwyth (UWA).
This page lists multiple Websites that deal with the production and application of multimedia programs and tools, and serves as a shortcut in the search process by providing you with valuable multimedia information.
General Resources: Journalism
4Anything’s Guide to Journalism on the Internet
All the information you need, organized into easy-to-navigate sections, with expert commentary about each web site ... find the best links on the web about Journalism.
American Journalism Review’s NewsLink Resources
Extensive online resources and forums for journalists and students of journalism.
Karla Tonella’s Journalism Resources
Over 30 annotated pages of resources compiled in support of academic journalism departments and professional journalists.
No Frills Journalism Research Jumplist
Links and resources such as web searches, government resources, reference desk items, finding people and places, news publications on the Net, wire services, politics, national broadcast news media, commerce, and entertainment/culture.
The Freedom Forum
Provides a reliable source of news and information about free press, free speech, free spirit and journalism issues worldwide. It's a news service, an interactive forum and a gateway to The Freedom Forum's extensive online information resources.
Mass Communication Ethics:
Accuracy in Media
Homepage of AIM, a non-profit, grassroots citizens watchdog of the news media that "critiques botched and bungled news stories and sets the record straight on important issues that have received slanted coverage."
Journalism Ethics Links Page
Collected links to journalism ethics Web resources.
List of links to media ethics Web resources.