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news : a report of recent events Webster

news media : The news media are those elements of the mass media that focus on delivering news to the general public or a target public. These include print media (newspapers, newsmagazines), broadcast news (radio and television), and more recently the Internet (online newspapers, news blogs, etc.) Wikipedia

current events : the communication of information on current events which is presented by print, broadcast, Internet, or word of mouth to a third party or a mass audience Wikipedia


What is News? (Pulitzer)
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community blank.gif resource blank.gif faq | facts, lists, records & trivia | yearbook & almanac blank.gif person expert | biography | quotation
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See also general reference


tools Breitbart | NewsLink.org, search | News in pictures | BuzzTracker, World news mapped | Newseum, daily front pages | NYT CyberTimes Navigator

directories Internet Public Library| RefDesk | Best of the Web

services Reuters | United Press International (UPI) | Associated Press (AP) | Google News | Yahoo News

broadcasts CNN | NPR | PBS News | BBC | MS NBC | NBC News | ABC News | CBS News | C-SPAN | more...

world World News | DailySource.org | Le Monde (french) | Guardian (uk) | Telegraph (uk) | Voice of America | Christian Science Monitor

breaking 1st Headlines, Top Breaking Headlines | Best of the Web, Breaking news

misc. The Smoking Gun | The Drudge Report


These are links to resources organized by a classification scheme developed exclusively for Cosma. more...


Subject Specific Links

OneLook Merriam-Webster Free Wiktionary Visuwords


News (Wikipedia) News media (Wikipedia) New World Encyclopedia

Specific Dewey 070 News media, journalism & publishing (BUBL LINK)
Free Internet Public Library dmoz Commercial Best of the Web

"news" DuckDuckGo WolframAlpha

shop Amazon eBay gift Zazzle

CNN's Video Almanac Vanderbilt Television News Archive (Search Page) Internet Archive

Library of Congress

WorldCat (OAIster) Library of Congress UPenn Online Books Open Library Hathi Trust

070 News media, journalism & publishing Dewey Browse

ewsISBNdb Google Books eBooks.com Barnes and Noble Amazon eBay Books

Open Education Consortium


NPR Archives Google News

Google Scholar

National Scholastic Press Association



newspaper : a paper that is printed and distributed usually daily or weekly and that contains news, articles of opinion, features, and advertising Webster

major US USA Today | New York Times (NYT) | Wall Street Journal (WSJ) | Washington Post | Los Angeles Times

Google News Archive Search | Newspaper Archives on the Web | New York Times, Archive | Newspaper Collectors Society's History Buff Page

AP: Newspaper Decline

CNN: The Newspaper Industry in Decline

Newspapers in the Digital Age (Gates, 2002) [1]
The handoff: Newspapers in the digital age (Vesely, 2007) [2]

American Society of Newspaper Editors
Famous movies about newspapers

Chronicling America (Library of Congress)

Search America's historic newspapers from 1860-1922 or use the Directory to
find information about American newspapers published between 1690 - present.

Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers


magazine : a periodical containing miscellaneous pieces (as articles, stories, poems) and often illustrated Webster

Magazines, The Power of Print

Covering the Decade in Magazine Covers

Quick Links: U.S.News & World Report | Time |Newsweek | People | RefDesk, Magazines & eZines

Magazine (Wikipedia)
MagPortal, Magazine Portal

See also periodicals


journalism : (1) the collection and editing of news for presentation through the media (2) an academic study concerned with the collection and editing of news or the management of a news medium (3) writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation (4) writing designed to appeal to current popular taste or public interest Webster

Journalism (Wikipedia)
Journalism 101 (The Gully)
Journalism 101: 16 Things You Learn In J-School (Jeremy Porter, Journalistics)
WebSites for Journalists
AcademicInfo, Communication Studies & Journalism Digital Library
Journalism (Internet Public Library)
BUBL LINK Directory
Dewey 070.4 Journalism (ISBNdb)
Journalism.org, Weekly Content Analysis
The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture (The Norman Lear Center, USC Annenberg)
Journalism in Film & Pop Culture (Bob Stepno)


Journalism Ethics: A Short Video Lesson

First Amendment to the United States Constitution (Wikipedia)
Freedom of speech (Wikipedia)
Freedom of the Press (Wikipedia)
The Fourth Estate (Wikipedia)

Are photojournalists obligated to help in rescues? (Joan Vennochi, Boston Globe)

Number of jailed journalists sets global record (Committee to Protect Journalists)


The Unending Anxiety of an ICYMI World (John Holcroft, New York Times))


Beyond the Fold

A Cyberpublishing Manifesto (Berghel, 2001) [3]


Journalism (1940)

BBC News blooper - funniest ever

NewsMania, the News Trivia game


Top Headlines from Top News Services Right Now

CNN.com - RSS Channel - Mobile App Manual
  • Police ID suspect in deaths of teen hikers 40 minutes ago
    Investigators have identified a suspect in the deaths of two teens who went missing during a hike, Indiana State Police said Sunday.
  • Lewandowski: Trump's staff is letting him down 44 minutes ago
    President Donald Trump has been hampered in his first month in office by an inexperienced staff that has failed to navigate Washington or prepare Trump adequately, says his former campaign manager.
  • Trump's promises hit Washington reality Today 4:04 am
    President Donald Trump is facing a humbling prospect: The same Washington buzzsaw that frustrated his 44 predecessors can pose significant hurdles for him as well.
  • Why would North Korea want Kim Jong Nam dead? Today 3:55 am
    Mystery still surrounds the sudden death of Kim Jong Nam, the eldest son of late North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il, in Kuala Lumpur airport last week.
  • Adviser reassigned after disagreeing with Trump Today 3:36 am
    A senior National Security Council adviser was reassigned to his old job at the National Defense University, a White House spokeswoman confirmed Sunday, after he criticized the Trump administration's Latin American policies.

Reuters: Top News
  • Kraft backs out of Unilever bid after hostile reception 41 minutes ago
    LONDON (Reuters) - Kraft Heinz Co's rapid retreat from its surprise $143 billion bid for Unilever in the face of stiff resistance knocked the Anglo-Dutch company's shares on Monday as investors assessed the impact of the failed approach.
  • Pence brings Trump message of partnership with EU Today 4:03 am
    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence sought to reassure the European Union in Brussels on Monday that the Trump administration will maintain and develop decades of partnership in trade and security.
  • Turkish soldiers accused of Erdogan assassination attempt go on trial Today 2:59 am
    MUGLA, Turkey (Reuters) - The trial of more than 40 Turkish soldiers accused of attempting to assassinate President Tayyip Erdogan during last year's failed coup started on Monday, with prosecutors seeking life sentences, according to the indictment obtained by Reuters.
  • Chinese news agency warns South Korea's Lotte over THAAD Today 2:55 am
    BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea's Lotte Group will face severe consequences if it allows the South Korean government to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system on land that now forms part of a golf course it owns, China's state-run Xinhua news agency has warned.
  • Trump's defense chief, in Iraq, says: We're not here for your oil Today 2:18 am
    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The U.S. military is not in Iraq "to seize anybody's oil", Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said, distancing himself from remarks by President Donald Trump at the start of a visit to Iraq on Monday.

Latest News - UPI.com

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  1. ^ Gates, D. (2002). Newspapers in the Digital Age. USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review, 2002-05-01. Retrieved from http://www.ojr.org/ojr/future/1020298748.php
  2. ^ Vesely, J. (2007). The handoff: Newspapers in the digital age. Seattle Times, November 18, 2007. Retrieved from http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/opinion/2004018678_sundayjim18.html
  3. ^ Berghel, H. (2001). A Cyberpublishing Manifesto. Communications of the ACM, 44-. 3. pp. 17-20. Retrieved from http://www.berghel.net/publications/c_pub/c_pub.php