Media Blogs for Students

Submitted by ub on Tue, 02/23/2016 - 15:32

Adweek: This blog makes it simple to keep up with news in the press, television, technology, and advertising. Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism shares data, analysis, news, and reports through this must-read blog.

Newshooks: Here, readers can find articles on a wide scope of journalism-related topics.

Mashable: This blog is still a must-read for anyone who wants to be at the cutting edge of social media and digital technology.

The Online Journalism Review:The Knight Digital Media Center, USC, and UC Berkeley in California all contribute to make this blog an informative place for any students or journalists looking to learn more about digital journalism.

Nieman Journalism Lab: The Nieman Foundation at Harvard maintains this blog, full of journalism ideas, media updates, and more.

Columbia Journalism Review: Head to this blog for a look at the world of journalism from all sides, courtesy of the students, professors, and professionals at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City.

Teaching Online Journalism: The web plays a key role in journalism these days, something you can learn more about from Professor RFE Soto via this blog.

Poynter.: This organization’s blog is home to great news on all things journalism and media. Stuff Journalists Like: Entertaining and interesting, this blog pokes fun at and highlights stuff that journalists will undoubtedly agree is cool.

Overheard in the Newsroom: This one catalogs some of the ridiculous and funny things that are said in newsrooms.

Center for Investigative Reporting: It shares investigative reporting stories from all over the world, which is inspiring reading.

Rhetorica: Readers will find thoughtful commentary on the intersection between politics and journalism.

PR Watch: The Center for Media and Democracy in Wisconsin updates the media in politics and controversial issues.