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Must-bookmark journalism sites?

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by slatter, May 18, 2008.

  1. slatter

    slatter Member

    Obviously SportsJournalists.com is atop the list.

    As for someone looking for a job, MediaBistro.com, JournalismJobs.com, APSE's Job Bank (http://apse.dallasnews.com/job_board/apse_job_board.html) and Poynter's Career Center (http://careers.poynter.org/search/results/) are must-haves.

    Newsroom101.com is good for keeping in journalism shape.

    There's a ton of sites for finding sport statistics, but I'm more on the track of finding jobs and other helpful resources for sports journalists that you guys might frequent.
  2. Not jobs, but as far as essays and links about the craft, etc., etc., I love the Harvard University Niemann Journalism Foundation site (I know that's not exactly what it's called, but if you Google Harvard and Niemann, you'll get there).

    They put out an excellent magazine that's free online, and they have a whole separate site devoted to narrative journalism that is terrific.

    For pure inspiration: Pulitzer.org
  3. fremont

    fremont Member


    Here's a page with a few links you might find helpful.

    I might even mention craigslist, more for freelance/web/magazine work than newspapers.
  4. STLIrish

    STLIrish Active Member

    Here's the narrative digest...

    Also, for writing/narrative talk and inspiration: www.gangrey.com

    www.newsthinking.com has some interesting thoughts on the craft, too.
  5. Damn, Newsroom101.com is awfully humbling.

    I didn't do as well on some of the tests as I would have expected. I'm going to keep practicing. Thanks for the heads-up.
  6. slatter

    slatter Member

    Tell me about it. I consider myself a grammar buff (at least, among my friends) and I got punished on some of those tests.
  7. I have hundreds of sites bookmarked, but there's only one I begin the day with:


    Romenesko ...
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