Resources

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Briggs' downloadable book is survival guide to multimedia journalism

Journalism 2.0: How to Survive and Thrive -- A Digital Literacy Guide for the The Information Age, is a falling-off-a-log-easy-to-read guide to how to be a Web 2.0 reporter. And it's available as a free PDF download. (READ MORE) ---->

Website lists links to Allied Media Conference attendees -- mostly progressive, grassroots organizations

The Allied Media Conference website for the June, 2006, conference in Bowling Green, Ohio, included a page with dozens of links to local, alternative media organizations.

BOOKS: Reclaim the Media's reading list

The advocacy group Reclaim the Media maintains a page of capsule book reviews on "media reform" topics.

Resources for citizens and journalists from the Fund for Independence in Journalism

One of the most comprehensive lists of website resources for journalists and citizens is maintained on the website of the Washington, D.C.-based Fund for Independence in Journalism.

MEDIA LINKS: Selected media-news resources

There are a dozen or more excellent websites for tracking the latest news about media reform, journalism, journalism ethics and the effect of the Internet on traditional media. Many also offer "RSS" feeds.

MEDIA LINKS: Selected media-news resources

There are a dozen or more excellent websites for tracking the latest news about media reform, journalism, journalism ethics and the effect of the Internet on traditional media. Many also offer "RSS" feeds.
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