- Agreements for freelancers
The hostility towards and mistrust of intellect, intellectuals, and intellectual pursuits, usually expressed as the derision of education, philosophy, literature, art, and science.
- Chicago Manual of Style Crib Sheet
- Chicago-Turabian Style Quick Reference
Shows how the various pages--title page, first text page, text page with a table and figure, and bibliography--should look.
- Citizens' Bill of Journalism Rights
An article that attempts to define the common principles of the profession. What journalists should offer and citizens should expect.
- A Crisis by Any Other Name
The role of communications in a crisis.
- Daily news, eternal stories (book review)
- Dean's Digital World - Sources 58
Article about the "invisible Web" or "Deep Web".
- Dean's Digital World: The reporter's friend
- Dr. Abel Scribe's Guide to Chicago-Turabian Style and Documentation
Guides to Chicago style specifically for research papers.
- A field guide to critical thinking
- The Follow-Up Telephone Call
Making follow-up phone calls to the media.
Sourcewatch's analysis of 'Hasbara' -- the propaganda efforts to sell Israel, justify its actions, and defend it in world opinion. The premise of hasbara is that Israel's problems are a matter of better propaganda, and not one of an underlying unjust situation.
- A historical look at a sad decline (book review)
Confidential email service based in Canada
- I.F. Stone: A Wonderful Pariah
- An Intelligent Guide to Intelligent Research
Review of the Oxford Guide to Library Research, a first-rate guide to how to think about research and how to formulate strategies for answering research questions.
- Meeting the Media Face-to-Face
What to do when a reporter calls or when meeting the media face to face.
- National Campus and Community Radio Association
Non-profit national association of organizations and individuals committed to volunteer-based, community-oriented radio broadcasting.
- "Objectivity" and democracy are not compatible (book review)
- Reusing Wikipedia content
There are many reusers of Wikipedia's content, and more are welcome. If you want to use Wikipedia's text materials in your own books/articles/web sites or other publications, you can generally do so, but you must comply with one of the licenses that Wikipedia's text is licensed under. Many of the media files on Wikipedia are also reusable. Each media file has its own licensing statement which must be verified, and reuse of any media file must comply with its licensing.
- The Sources HotLink
A website and newsletter dealing with media relations strategies.
- Sources - Wikipedia's article on Sources
Article about Sources in Wikipedia.
- The View from the Press Room
How charities can sell their stories to the media.
- What Does a Reporter Want?
What does a reporter what when they interview you?
- Why I Am Listed in Sources
Over the years, I have turned to Sources time and time again to track down experts to interview for whatever newspaper or magazine article I happened to be researching at the time. So when the time came for me to position myself as an expert it was immediately obvious to me what I had to do: take out a listing in Sources.