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I Want Media ("Media News and Resources")
Journalism and Mass Communications Resources ("Over 40 annotated pages of resources compiled for support of academic journalism departments and professional journalists") (U. Iowa)
Media-Watch Groups & Sites
Free Press: media reform through outreach, activism, lobbying, and networking ("a non-profit organization working to involve the public in media policymaking and to craft policies for a more democratic media system.") (includes beginner's guide to media reform, media ownership charts, action alerts, daily newsstories)
Columbia Journalism Review ("America's Premiere Media Monitor")
FAIR- Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting ("national media watch group, has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986.") (links to action alerts, Counterspin articles, articles from "Extra!"-- their print magazine of media criticism)
The Freedom Forum ("a nonpartisan, international foundation dedicated to free press, free speech and free spirit for all people")
Project Censored ("the Mission of Project Censored is to educate people about the role of independent journalism in a democratic society and to tell The News That Didn't Make the News and why . . .a media research group out of Sonoma State University which tracks the news published in independent journals and newsletters. From these, Project Censored compiles an annual list of 25 news stories of social significance that have been overlooked, under-reported or self-censored by the country’s major national news media")
The War Room (conservative media page with extensive links to other politically "right" online sites)
Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press 
American Journalism Review  ("covers all aspects of print, television, radio and online media . . . examines how the media cover specific stories and broader coverage trends . . . ethical dilemmas in the field and monitors the impact of technology on how journalism is practiced and on the final product")
Columbia Journalism Review ("America's Premiere Media Monitor")
Dan Gillmor We The Media ("A Web site and Weblog About Topics and Issues Discussed in the Book We the Media by Dan Gillmor")
Ellen Hume (U. Mass. Boston) "Tabloids, Talk Radio, and the Future of News: Technology's Impact on Journalism" 
Henry Jenkins (MIT) "Challenging the Consensus: A Response to 'The Daily We'" 
Journalism Magazines Online (U. Iowa)
JD Lasica "We Media: How Audiences are Shaping the Future of News and Information" (2004) (The Media Center at American Press Institute)
The Media Center at American Press Institute (journalism research and resources with an emphasis on new media and convergence)
Information Organized (Previously: "News in the future") (NiF Consortium/MIT Media Lab)
Poynter Online ("everything you need to be a better journalist") (includes a number of daily newsletters on a variety of journalism topics)
Project for Excellence in Journalism ("research, Resources, and Information to Improve Journalism") (Columbia U.)
Romenesko ("your daily fix of media industry news, commentary, and memos") (aimed at journalists) (Poynter Online)
Cass Sunstein "The Daily We" (2001) ("Is the Internet really a blessing for democracy?")
TV Newser ("blogging about television news") (Brian Stelter)
Sarah J. Zupko, "The Current Debate Surrounding Public Relations Ethics" (1994) 

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