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Best of the Web: History & Social Sciences » Media & Communication » Journalism
Searchable digital library of more than 10 billion archived web pages and other cultural artifacts dating back to 1996. The archive also includes texts, movies, live music, and other audio.
Part of the Online News Association's website, Cyberjournalist.net is a blog, news, and resource site for online journalists.
A digital collection of archived websites, moving images, audio, and texts. This site also provides access to the Prelinger Archive of ephemeral films shot between 1927 and 1983.
The Wayback Machine provides 'snapshots' of older versions of 85 billion webpages
The American Journalism Review's list of journalism organizations.
Presenting guidelines for citing from electronic resources from the Modern Language Association (MLA), the American Psychological Association (APA), the Chicago Manual of Style, and the Council of Biology editors (CBE).
A global activist organist which "defends journalists and other media contributors and professionals who have been imprisoned or persecuted for doing their work." In English, French, or Spanish.