BBC News - The Editors
Various editors of BBC news share their dilemmas and issues and invite comments from the general public.
Christopher Howse: Telegraph Blogs
Christopher Howse writes leaders and features and reviews for The Daily Telegraph. His Saturday column, Sacred Mysteries, is on religion.
London based independent internet consultant and information architect Martin Belam, writing about search, media, and newspapers on the web.
Dyson at Large
Former editor Steve Dyson critiques regional and local newspapers from across the UK.
The Fact Check Blog
Channel 4 News aims to separate political fact from fiction by digging out the truth behind politician's claims.
FT.com - Comment: Blogs
Financial Times staff writers provide commentary and analysis of world affairs and politics, economics, finance, tech, markets and fashion.
Local Food News
Offers advice on buying local, seasonal, fresh food across the UK. Includes a local food map and information on producers and markets.
Keeping the reader up to date on the state of the magazine industry in the UK.
The New Journalist
Aims to provide a platform and audience for new writers, and an alternative to mainstream media comment.
The Media Standards Trust provides regular scrutiny of the work of the PCC (Press Complaints Commission) and press self-regulation.
Commentary on the Leveson inquiry and media ethics.
Magazine of political rebellion and dissent, influenced by socialism, feminism and green politics.
Extensive blogging about poor journalism in the UK.
Labour Party news, features and comment from Britain's left-wing magazine.
Five aspiring journalists blogging about getting into the media via different routes, and providing tips and guidance about work experience, improving their writing skills and filling in application forms.