General Media Resources
A terrific 13 part ABC Radio National series broadcast in 2004 which covers many of the issues raised in this course. Full transcripts are available and include comment from leading journalism studies academics.
This journal and now a daily blog comes out of Columbia University one of the world’s most respected journalism schools.
A range of great resources including a special briefings area that has an enormous archive on Journalism in time of war that includes a special sub section on embedding. Thier daily briefings is an indispensible round up of media news and links.
Both have detailed and comprehensive articles on journalism and archives of articles. Poynter has a huge international database on the churches and sex abuse.
A fantatsic 15 part free video-on-demand series on news and news writing. More than 100 journalists working in print, radio, and television reveal the secrets of their trade. Among those offering insights are Bob Woodward, Helen Thomas, Dave Barry, and Linda Ellerbee.
Jim Hall's site is divided into three main sections and 17 subsections. The main sections reflect the principal jobs of the journalist: reporting, writing and rewriting.Hall believes, a good reporter is like a pinball in play, always gathering, writing, revising, gathering, writing, revising—until time runs out. The job is as simple, and as hard, as that.
Over 20 detailed interactive courses in all aspects of journalism and editing practice.
A great site from journalism educator and author James Glen Stovall: a web site for those interested in journalism, especially teachers and students. This site contains many resources that will help those who want to learn about journalism.
An industry newsletter that is a useful guide to current debates.
A weekly program that covers debates in the media and has a great set of transcript archives.