Journalism Blogs in the Best of the Web Blog Directory

Journalism Blogs

(Re)Structuring Journalism

Journalist Reg Chua, posts about fixing the business model of journalism.

Advancing the Story

Blog about broadcast journalism in a multimedia world.

Angry People in Local Newspapers

Locla newspaper photography blog mostly featuring everyday causes of anger in communities.

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Informs about AEJMC, scholarships, events, and offers publications and classifieds.

News in TV photography. Includes tips and tools, tools and toys, and classifieds.

Clay Cane

Blog of journalist and influential black speaker Clay Cane.

Columbia Journalism Review

Aims to to encourage and stimulate excellence in journalism. CJR magazine offers reporting, analysis, criticism, and commentary.

Common Sense Journalism

An extension of the Common Sense Journalism monthly column by Doug Fisher, former broadcaster, newspaper reporter and wire-service editor.

Common Sense Journalism

Written by Doug Fisher, former broadcaster, newspaper reporter, and wire service editor.

Dan Nguyen Pronounced Fast is Danwin

Blog written by a journalist, programmer, and a photographer. Includes his thoughts and posts about work.

Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

Providing news and resources for journalists who cover or find themselves in violent and traumatic situations.

Data Driven Journalism

Offers news and analysis, events, featured projects, and learning resources.

Depth Reporting

Blog written by journalist, Mark Schaver.

Evolving Newsroom

Julie Starr offers journalism links and observations, and details about the news business.

The Failed Estate

Talks about journalism and writing during such a jaded age.


Aims to share thoughts and insider scoops on journalism and other topics of interest.


Offering commentary on branded journalism and its future.

Gannett Blog

Covers the news industry's digital transition and the Gannett Co.

Greg Palast

Shares news and updates on the latest film and media projects of investigative journalist Greg Palast.

HeadsUp: The Blog

Features informed commentary on journalism, the media, language use and accuracy of stories.

iMedia Ethics

Features the latest breaking news on the topic of ethics in media and journalism.

Jane E. Fraser

Posts by travel columnist Jane E. Fraser.

Jay Rosen's Press Think

Thoughts on the identity of journalism, and on keeping "the press" from being absorbed into "the media".

Journalism 2.0

Focuses on digital literacy for journalists and on entrepreneurial journalism for the modern age.


Covers topics at the intersection of journalism and PR.


Danny Sanchez writes about improving the craft and spreading new ideas to all journalists: reporters, producers, editors, videographers, photographers, managers and hobbyists.

Knight Blog

Blog of the John S and James L Knight Foundation, which supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism and advance media innovation.


Photography, video and visual journalism blog from the New York Times.

Media File

Reuters blog examining journalism issues around the world, with a particular focus on Europe.

Media Shift

Tracks how new media, from weblogs to podcasts to citizen journalism, are changing society and the concept of journalism.

Mizz Information

Maggie McGary, an online community and social media manager, writes about her fascination with how the web shapes both our business and private lives.

News after Newspapers

Martin Langeveld examines the tools and techniques for journalism and news publishing.

News Me Back

Offering coverage of online citizen journalism. newsmeback


A resource and training center for journalists. Includes tools, videos, and issues.

Newspaper Death Watch

Commenting on the decline of newspaper journalism as new media take hold.

Nieman Journalism Lab

A collaborative effort to figure out the future of journalism, from Harvard University.

No Caption Needed

Blogging about photojournalism in a liberal democracy.

Online Journalism Blog

Group blog about developments in online journalism and news, citizen journalism, blogging, vlogging, podcasts, and related topics.

Photographers Blog

Reuters photographs discuss what makes a great picture. reuterspictures


Independent newsroom offering investigative journalism in the interest of the public.

Recovering Journalist

Mark Potts, veteran journalist and co-founder of, shares thoughts on the intersection between traditional and digital journalism.

Reflections of a Newsosaur

Veteran newspaper editor Alan D. Mutter examines what's wrong with newspapers today and offers insights and advice to the modern media.

Reporter's Committee for Freedom of the Press

Serving a free press and offers their press releases.

Rural Blog

Offers information and facts for rural journalists and those interested in rural issues. From the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues.

The Scoop

Blog written by Derek Willis about investigative and computer assisted reporting.

The Subversive Copy Editor Blog

Carol Saller's blog is a "first read daily" for copy editors.

That's The Press, Baby

Remarks and digestion on the future of newspapers and copy editing.

Time: Lightbox

Features, news and photojournalism commentary from the photo editors at Time.

The Uncharted Backwaters of the Unfashionable

Matt, a reporter and website developer, writes about computer-assisted reporting and journalism.

Video Journalism

Videojournalist blog covers her gear, videojournlism, details about creating a story, and musings.

Web Journalist

Robert Hernandez, an assistant professor at USC Annenberg, writes about the intersection between tech, culture and journalism.

You Don't Say

John McIntyre writes on language, editing, and journalism.

You Don't Say

Veteran journalist and editor John McIntyre comments on journalism and particularly on choice of language used.

Youth Journalism International

Showcases the work of young journalists working with the US educational charity.

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