CARR-L at firstname.lastname@example.org One of the most active and
useful journalism lists. Based in the United States, but with a lot
of international participation. By far the best and the busiest list
for an Internet journalist to join.
· COPYEDITING-L. Send message subscribe copyediting-l firstname
lastname to: email@example.com
· FOI-L Freedom of information issues. American. Send an email
· Freelance-Journalists. For freelancers to share news and views.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
· IRE-L at email@example.com -- Discussions about investigative
reporting. To join this list, send an e-mail message to the address
highlighted above with ONLY the following message: subscribe listname
your firstname your lastname .The IRE also has an excellent searchable
archive, where you can check for any discussion of a topic of interest
· IREPLUS-L. A better level of discussion for Investigative Reporters
and Editors (IRE) members. Send message subscribe ireplus-l e-mailaddress
· JOURNET-L at firstname.lastname@example.org Journalism education discussion.
To join this list, send an e-mail message to the address highlighted
above with ONLY the following message: subscribe listname your firstname
· MEDIA LIST at email@example.com Investigative journalism discussion.
Put words: sub media in the body of your message
· NEWSLIB. News librarians and researchers discuss how and where
to get information. To subscribe send message subscribe newslib firstname
lastname to: firstname.lastname@example.org
· NICAR-L. Run by the National Institute of Computer-Assisted
Reporting at the University of Missouri. To subscribe send message subscribe
nicar-l firstname lastname to: email@example.com
· Online News. For editors and content providers. Run by Steve
Outing. Check out the web page at www.planetarynews.com/online-news
· Online writing. Writing for the web, intranets, even email.
Run by Amy Gahran. Check out the web page at www.planetarynews.com/online-writing
· RTVJ-L Radio and TV journalists. Run by University of Montana.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
· SPJ Society of Professional Journalists. Send an email to email@example.com
· SPJ Ethics Discussion of ethical issues. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
· Sports. Listserv@mailhost2.broadcast.com Send an email with
the message: Subscribe sports. Find out more at Broadcast.com
· WIW-L. Washington Independent writers. Email to email@example.com
· Writer-L. A moderated list for those interested in literary
journalism and discussion about interviewing and writing techniques.
For subscription info, inquire at WriterL@telix.com. $17 U.S. a year
and well worth it
Looking for a media job or need to hire a freelancer. Many of these
sites below allow you to post CVs or hunt for freelancers.
· Chronicle Jobs http://chronicle.com/jobs
· Editorial Freelance Association. http://www.the-efa.org /
· Fictionsearch.com The readers and writers search engine. fictionsearch.com
is a community search engine and only lists sites that have a relevance
or interest to the writing and reading community.
· FreeAgent. Home base for freelancers http://www.freeagent.com
· InsertTextHere http://www.inserttexthere.com/
· IRE Hot Jobs. Excellent listings http://www.ire.org/jobs
· Iwantmedia. Runs an extensive jobs listing.
· J-JOBS. A jobs mailing list posted through JOURNET, the journalism
· Journalism Jobs. The name says it all (Print/TV/Magazines)
· JournalistUSA. Online directory of over 4000 US journalists,
used by over 500 editors and publishers when posting job vacancies and
hiring freelance staff.
· MediaBistro. http://www.mediabistro.com
· Mediajobz. http://www.mediajobz.com
· Monique Cuvelier's News Jobs. http://www.newsjobs.net
· OJR Job Board. From Online Journalism Review
· Shoptalk. Offers a newsletter for broadcast TV gossip ... and
jobs. Plus a 1-800-600-3747 number for U.S. jobs http://www.tvspy.com
· Sportscasting Jobs.com. http://www.sportscastingjobs.com
· The Write Page. Links and tips for the fiction writer. Hey,
maybe like most journalists, you're convinced you have a novel in you.
· Veebox Profile. You phone and record updates to your CV. Plus
add a picture, brief text overview and a downloadable, full resume as
well as their voice. Also receive voice messages and listen to the messages
over the Internet from anywhere. Free for journalists.
· Writers' Guidelines. Database Collection of authors' guidelines
from paying publications, both virtual and paper paying publications.
· Writers Write. Professional resource for journalists and writers
with job listings, writer's guidelines, chat, links, message boards,
news, book reviews, author interviews and an online writing magazine.
· 5 Minute Film School. Selling true stories to the television
networks as movies of the week. There is no fee involved. http://pw1.netcom.com/%7Emurrayc/5.html