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http://www.usus.org/

Academic thesis about the usage patterns and information needs of journalists who are using the Internet.

http://www.iijnm.org/

Teaches in the gathering, editing and presentation of information, and prepares students for a career in journalism.

http://www.nctj.com/

Administers training to journalists, reporters and photographers for the UK newspaper industry.

http://www.worldji.com/

Exists to recruit, equip, place and encourage journalists who are Christians in the mainstream newsrooms of America. The institute holds college-level courses and weekend conferences in US media centers.

http://www.iab.ch/

Offering a post-graduate program of studies leading to a Master's degree in Broadcasting. The IAB is also the organizer of international conferences, seminars and workshops. Located in Montreux, Switzerland.

http://www.nationalpress.org/

Provides a wide variety of educational programs for journalists. Information about the foundation, the programs and the awards.

http://www.journalism4schools.com/

Offering journalism courses and related information.

http://www.ukjournalism.org/

Offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses, news, department, and faculty information.

http://www.brechner.org/

Media law center at the University of Florida answers queries, explains issues relating to media law, offers speakers for meetings and classes, and assists in research.

http://www.mije.org/

Describes objectives for The Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education. An organization dedicated to training journalists of all ethnic and racial groups.

http://www.knightdigitalmediacenter.org/

Covers editorial best practices for citizen journalism and digital newsroom innovations. Seminars, weblogs, and how-to guides.

http://www.ejc.nl/

Providing training to enhance the quality of journalistic coverage of European current affairs and to provide strategic support for the European media industry.

http://jea.org/

JEA has the goal to promote professionalism in scholastic journalism and was born in 1924 (USA). They organize conferences, workshops, master courses and certification.

http://www.aejmc.org/

International organization providing journalism educators relevant links to resources to help them create, revise or improve their web-based courses. The AEJMC exists to promote standards for education in journalism and mass communication.

http://www.jacconline.org/

The Journalism Association of Community Colleges is an association of California and Arizona community college journalism programs designed to provide continuing education for journalism instructors and extended educational opportunities for journalism students

http://paschoolpress.org/

Describes resources, mission and lists members belonging to a body that supports school journalists and advisers throughout Pennsylvania.

http://www.ejta.eu/

The European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) brings together over 50 schools and institutes of journalism from throughout Europe, to exchange views on the best practice and experience in the teaching of journalists to the highest professional standards.

http://www.dailyhowler.com/

Covers the mistakes of the Washington press and pundits

http://www.spj.org/

The Society of Professional Journalists' online magazine covers issues of current and historical interest, such as prison access, libel, protecting sources, journalism education, and freedom of information. Also reports on SPJ activities and minutes of SPJ Board meetings.

http://www.newsombudsmen.org/

The group focuses on maintaining high standards in the coverage of minorities, sex crimes, anonymous sources, invasion of privacy; plagiarism, conflicts of interest, and other ethical issues.

http://www.newssafety.com/

Media safety network promoting the provision of safety training, materials and assistance to journalists and media staff. Mission statement and a list of supporting organisations.

http://www.ashbykuhlman.net/

Online news weblog about Web journalism and new online storytelling forms that critiques newspapers' Web sites.

http://www.newsblues.com/

TV News insiders dish the dirt on America's television newsrooms.(Subscription based.)

http://www.mediahelpingmedia.org/

Help for media groups achieve independent financial sustainability in transition and post-conflict states. Discussion forum, articles, tutorials, job vacancies, and news feeds.

http://www.playthegame.org/

A knowledge bank with articles on sport written by media professionals and leading experts. Prime focus on globalised sports and media coverage.

http://newspaperdeathwatch.com/

Lists US metropolitan dailies that have closed since March 2007. Chronicling the decline of newspapers and the rebirth of journalism.

http://www.camera.org/

Group devoted to monitoring and challenging perceived anti-Israeli news coverage. Statement of purpose, reports, criticism, outreach, press releases, links and membership information.

http://www.dartcenter.org/

The Dart Center is a global network of journalists, journalism educators and health professionals dedicated to improving media coverage of trauma, conflict and tragedy.

http://www.ethicsadvicelineforjournalists.org/

Free service. Offering professional journalists guidance on ethical decisions when covering the news.

http://www.lzs.lt/

Outlines guideline for truth, honesty, and decency. Upholds the independence of journalism and its responsibility.