Best on Web

WEB SITES FOR THOSE “IN THE KNOW” See training, Ebits and Romenesko columns about what is happening in the business of journalism. is a news and resource site that focuses on how the Internet, convergence and new technologies are changing the media. The Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism is dedicated to trying to understand the information revolution. They evaluate and study the performance of the press, particularly content analysis. They are non partisan, non ideological and non political. The Nieman Journalism Lab is an attempt to help journalism figure out its future in an Internet age. The company covers the business of digital media, serving decision makers within the media, entertainment, publishing, advertising, marketing, and technology sectors. NewsLab is an online resource center for television and radio newsrooms, focused on improving journalism. Monitors the three U.S. broadcast television networks. The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), is the world’s largest professional organization exclusively serving the electronic news profession, consisting of more than 3,000 news directors, news associates, educators and students. Professional tips, practices, jobs. News about how the media covers the news, job postings, includes Fishbowl D.C. , which has media news of local interest. Investigative Reporting professional organization with databases, tips. Covers Computer-assisted reporting and other journalism topics.

New Journalism and Multimedia A digital blog about multimedia PBS blog about the digital revolution, breaking trends. Mindy is a journalist, journalism educator, Web developer and her blog is about teaching online journalism. Journalistopia is an online journalism blog dedicated to improving our craft and spreading new ideas to journalists. Danny Sanchez, is the Multimedia Content Manager at Photo, Video and Multimedia blog
10,000 Words Mark Lucke’s multimedia blog
Adam Westbrook A young British multimedia journalist
Mediastorm blog
Other journalism blogs
Jay Rosen’s PressThink
Clay Shirky
Jeff Jarvis’s BuzzMachine
Will Sullivan’s Journerdism
Mark Potts’ Recovering Journalist
Dan Gillmor

Chris Anderson As Yahoo!’s first news correspondent, Sites covered every major conflict in the world from 2005 to 2006. Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone reported stories that often were under-covered or overlooked by mainstream media for Yahoo!’s global audience of 400 million users. Travis Fox is an Emmy Award-winning video producer for The Washington Post. His distinctive web video and multimedia stories have been instrumental in establishing a new form of multimedia storytelling on the Internet.

Other blogs Jakob Neilson’s usability blog Social Networking and Marketing Site
Six Revisions A web design and standards site
Smashing Magazine Web design and tutorials site

Other University Projects

My Story, My Goal: University of Miami project in conjunction with the UN

Soul of Athens: University of Ohio yearly project on their hometown</a>

Soul of Athens University of Ohio yearly project on their hometown</a>

Coal: A Love Story Carolina News 21 project on coal and energy

The Common Wealth Western Kentucky University photo and video project

The Ration Upcoming project from Berkeley News 21 on food


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