|'The Journalism of Exception'|
Or What Foreign Correspondents Do All Day,
and Wouldn't a Job in PR Offer Better Benefits
The following are links to sites of interest to journalism students, or anyone interested in the subject covered here.
- The "Global Beat": A site produced by NYU's journalism school. Offers in-depth analysis of events around the world. Very informative for anyone looking for an update on what's going on in hotspots.
- International Center For Journalists: A site established to improve the quality of journalism in countries that lack a tradition of an independent press.
- International Federation of Journalists: An international umbrella organization made up of various national journalist organizations. This site publishes a lot of information on what happens to journalists in countries that don't have a free press and lobbies the governments of those countries on behalf of imprisoned journalists.
- Freedom Forum: A site produced by the "Newseum," it's an information clearinghouse on anything about current events and the status of the press and freedom of speech in the U.S. and abroad.
- International Press Institute : Publisher of IPI Report, a magazine that covers issues of concern to the press world-wide, including the treatment of journalists in war zones.
- Foreign Correspondent: A site produced by the University of Queensland (Australia) that offers information on current events world-wide and numerous links to other international sites. A valuable tool box for foreign correspondents.
- Committee to Protect Journalists: A site tha tracks what is happening to journalists abroad. It lobbies governments on their behalf. It publishes an yearly list of imprisoned or journalists killed.
- Article 19: Organization that lobbies for freedom of speech and press around the world and keeps track of violations of these.