Links of Interest
Accuracy in Media: A U.S.-based media watchdog.
American Journalism Review:The online magazine site.
BuzzMachine: CUNY's Jeff Jarvis on media change.
CAJ: The Canadian Association of Journalists.
CBC Journalistic Standards and Practices: Its guide on conduct.
CBC Ombudsman: The site for CBC Ombudsman Kirk LaPointe.
The Center for Journalism Ethics: The institute for journalism ethics, based at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Columbia Journalism Review: The venerable magazine.
Cyberjournalist: The site for the digital journalist.
Daily Briefing: The weekday summary of media news.
Ethics Alarms: A large ethics site with a hub on journalism.
Ethics Etc.: A forum for the discussion of philosophy and ethics.
Federation professionelle des journalistes du Quebec: The professional site for Quebec-based journalists.
I Want Media: A weekday package of media news and views.
J-Source: Canadian site for media news and views.
Lippmann Would Roll: About what Walter would do in his grave if he saw/heard/read something.
MediaBistro: A weekday package of media news and views.
Media Ethics Magazine: The online home for the mass communications publication.
MediaGazer: A constantly updated digest of topical media-related news.
MediaNews: The weekday source of media news overseen by Jim Romenesko.
National Public Radio Ombudsman: The blog for Edward Schumacher-Matos, ombudsman for NPR.
New York Times Ethics in Journalism Policy: The extensive policy on conduct for the New York Times journalists.
New York Times Public Editor: The blog for Arthur Brisbane, public editor of The New York Times.
Online Journalism Blog: An extensive resource that includes a look at ethics and standards.
Organization of News Ombudsmen: The site for media ombuds.
PBS Ombudsman: The site for Michael Getler, the PBS ombudsman.
PBS' On The Media: The site for the weekly U.S. public broadcasting program on media issues.
The Poynter Institute: The think-tank with resources galore to ponder the future.
Practical Ethics: The Oxford University site on ethics in the news.
PressThink: NYU's Jay Rosen's site of media commentary.
The Project for Excellence in Journalism: The U.S.-based site for the annual State of the News Media report.
Radio-Canada Ombudsman: The site for the ombudsman for Radio-Canada.
Society for Professional Journalists: The ethics code of the organization for journalists.
SPJ Ethics Case Studies: Examples of ethics case studies from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Stinkyjournalism: The U.S.-based site on questionable journalism.
Toronto Star Public Editor: The column for Kathy English, public editor of the Toronto Star.
Washington Post Ombudsman: The blog for Patrick Pexton, Washington Post ombudsman.
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