Journalism Resources

Here are some journalism sites worth bookmarking:


Copy Editing Resources – From the SPJ’s Journalist’s Toolbox

CWA/NETT Academy — Training opportunities for Guild members in areas such as video editing and web development.

HARO: Help a Reporter, a site that helps reporters find story sources

Journalists Resource: Digital toolkit for journalists.

FREELANCE RESOURCES On the front lines of content marketing. – Resource site for freelancers.

Freelance Rates Database – How much do publications pay?

Freelancers Union: – Advocating for those in the gig economy.

Freelance Writing Gigs– Leads! Lots of leads!


America’s Front Pages. Cool feature from the Newseum site.

American Journalism Review – Looking at the critical media issues of our time.

Columbia Journalism Review: Another site looking at the critical media issues of our time.

DFM Workers — Reporting on the asset-stripping owners of Digital First Media.

Editor & Publisher — Trade publication for the newspaper industry.

Gateway Journalism Review – Formerly the St.  Louis Journalism Review.

MediaGazer – Keeping an eye on media development.

Newonomics – Reporting on the business of journalism.

Nieman Lab – On the cutting edge of media developments.

Right to Report – Blog covering attacks on journalism and journalists.


Journalist and Symposium on Women (JAWS) Supports the professional empowerment and personal growth of women in journalism and works toward a more accurate portrayal of the whole society.

Maynard Institute – Improving Cultural Diversity within American Journalism.

National Association of Black Journalists – The largest organization for journalists of color in the nation.

National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) – Supports efforts to expand the role of Hispanics in Journalism.

Online News Association: — Non-profit organization that advances digital journalism.

Poynter Institute:– Tracking changes in the news-gather process and advancing the craft of journalism through seminars.

Society of Professional Journalists – Non-profit organization advancing the craft of journalism.

St. Louis Press Club – Local organization that supports journalism, awards scholarships and give journalism grants.

The Association of LGBTQ Journalists – Organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students working from within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBTQ issues.


Journalism Jobs – On-line clearinghouse for media professionals.

Media Bistro – New York-based site for freelancers and job-seekers. — Sportswriting jobs.