Blogs and Newsletters for Journalists

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API’s Need To Know Newsletter

“API’s daily Need to Know morning newsletter provides fresh, useful insights for people advancing quality, innovative and sustainable journalism. Most of the items that we curate for the newsletter each day also appear here on the website as a cumulative body of knowledge.”
Twitter: @AmPress

CNN Reliable Sources Newsletter

Keep up with the media news via Brian Stelter & Oliver Darcy's daily newsletter.


Columbia Journalism Review

“Monitoring the press, tracking the evolving media business & encouraging excellence in journalism since 1961.”
Twitter: @CJR

First Draft

"A coalition of experts sharing tips and training in how to discover, verify and publish eyewitness media for news."
Twitter: @firstdraftnews

International Center for Journalists

"The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is a non-profit organization that is shaping the future of quality journalism."

International Journalists's Network (from ICFJ)

"IJNet delivers the latest on global media innovation, news apps and tools, training opportunities and expert advice for professional and citizen journalists worldwide. Produced by the International Center for Journalists, IJNet follows the shifting journalism scene from a global perspective in seven languages."
Twitter: @IJNet

Journalist’s Resource

"Journalist's Resource surfaces research on today's news topics.”
Twitter: @journoresource

Nieman Reports

“Covering thought leadership in journalism”
Twitter: @NiemanReports

Pew Daily Briefing of Media News

Daily briefing of media and news from the Pew Research Center.

Poynter Institute

Poynter is a non-profit school for journalism, offering trainings, seminars, and tools. Their Poynter News articles round up the latest thoughts, opinions, and resources for journalists.
Twitter: @Poynter

SPJ Blogs Network

Blogs from the Society for Professional Journalists.


"Storybench is a collaboration between the Media Innovation track at Northeastern University’s School of Journalism and Esquire magazine... an “under the hood” look at the latest and most inventive examples of digital creativity—from data visualization projects to interactive documentaries—as well as the tools and innovators behind them." Includes "How To" tutorials.
Twitter: @storybench