Asian-American Journalists Association
Terry and Katrina Simmons
Photojournalists doing business as 20/20studios. Includes
article samples and photo gallery, stressing world travel.
News and information about California newspapers, including
Finance Information Center
Collects state campaign finance data and makes it available
Association of Journalists
The CAJ promotes excellence in journalism, encouraging investigative
Journalists for Free Expression
Gives the International Press Freedom Awards to selected
journalists on an annual basis.
Informational resource from the White House Office of National
Drug Control Policy on illegal substances including club drugs,
hallucinogens, heroin, rohypnol, and mathamphetamines geared toward
writers and feature journalists.
Service for journalists that includes background information
on many complex issues, tools for taming the Internet, other aids
for researching stories, and understanding public policy issues.
News Safety Institute
Media safety network promoting the provision of safety training,
materials and assistance to journalists and media staff.
Project for Excellence in Journalism
UK-specific resource for journalists, broadcasters and researchers.
and Women Symposium
An organization for women journalists which combats gender
bias and fosters education.
The National Journalism Center (NJC) is an unusual venture
in journalism education.
Working for Excellence in TV News.
Public Journalism Network
Public Journalism Project - Queensland University of Technology
Conceived as a way to provide a variety of resources to journalists,
journalism educators, and the public at large via the web.
South Asian Journalists Association
Society of Environmental Journalists
Student Press Law Center
Alicia Patterson Foundation
The Alicia Patterson Foundation Program was established in
1965 in memory of Alicia Patterson, who was editor and publisher
of Newsday for nearly 23 years before her death in 1963.
The Society of Professional Journalists' online magazine covers
issues of current and historical interest.
Founded as a print journalists' union, the Guild today is
primarily a media union whose members are diverse in their occupations,
but who share the view that the best working conditions are achieved
by people who have a say in their workplace.
For Civic Journalism
To help maintain public trust and confidence in the news media
by promoting fairness, accuracy and balance, and by creating a
forum where the public and the news media can engage each other
in examining standards of journalistic fairness.