Tools for journalists
The Poynter Institute site, which they bill as “everything you need to be a better journalist.”
A good resource on blogs and blogging
Looking for a journalism organization, from the American Society of Business Publication Editors to the Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism? It’s here.
Journalists’ personal Websites
The last word on online resources for journalists, literally thousands of research tools from search tools to resources by beats. Check out especially the Top 100 sites for computer assisted reporting.
Asian American Journalists Association
Associated Collegiate Press
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Association of Health Care Journalists
Association for Women in Communications
The Campaign Finance Information Center, a program of Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc., dedicated to helping journalists follow the campaign money trail on the national, state and local levels
College Media Advisers
Columbia Scholastic Press Association
International Women’s Media Foundation
Investigative Reporters and Editors
Journalism Education Association, Inc.
National Association of Black Journalists
National Association of Hispanic Journalists
National Federation of Press Women
The National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting
National Press Photographers Association
National Scholastic Press Association
Native American Journalists Association
Quill and Scroll
Society of Professional Journalists
Student Press Law Center
Websites for public relations
Business Wire reaches 2,000 newsrooms across the country. Your release can be sent to the entire group or to a specific state or region..
O’Dwyer’s PR Services Reporthttp://www.odwyerpr.com/
A monthly magazine with the latest on how to hire and make the best use of publicity services, as well as new sources and techniques for publicists.
PR Newswire provides comprehensive communications services for public relations professionals, including news release distribution, multimedia, broadcast or Internet archive services.
Public Relations Society of Americahttp://www.prsa.org/
PRSA is the world’s largest organization for public relations professionals.
The Yearbook of Experts, Authorities and Spokespersonshttp://www.yearbook.com/
Used by more than 5,000 journalists to find experts and spokespeople. If you want journalists to consider you when they’re working on stories in your field, consider a paid listing.