Links - Introduction

The Links section of The News Manual Online is a growing resource to help you find information through the Internet on the World Wide Web.

We have divided it into different sections for ease of use, though in some cases the same links may appear in several different sections according to their relevance there. The sections are indexed down the right hand column of this page.

Each entry contains a short description, either taken from the website itself or written by us. This is not comprehensive but may help users - especially those with with dial-up or slow Internet connections - to avoid clicking on inappropriate links.

While we will attempt to keep this resource growing, up-to-date and accurate, much of its success will depend on feedback from you - working journalists, educators and media students.

If you know a website or similar resource which would be useful to your colleagues, please send it to us through the Feedback section of the Contacts page, with perhaps a short explanation of why you have found it useful.

Also, please contact us if you wish to update or amend the way your website is described here.

Note, however, that The News Manual Online is a non-partisan, apolitical resource dedicated to excellence in objective journalism and we will not normally provide links to sites which do not support this principle.


Link sections
  1. Journalism education
  2. Online training materials
  3. Journalism courses
  4. Practical journalism
  5. Professional associations
  6. Associations of media organisations
  7. Regulators, regulations and codes
  8. Support for journalists
  9. Research resources
  10. Information useful to journalists

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