Broadcast Journalism Resources(journalism > resources > broadcast journalism)
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Broadcasting & Cable Online
Broadcasting & Cable is a weekly magazine read by executives of television and radio stations, networks, cable operations and allied fields.
News stories and articles for cable industry professionals.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
CPB Resource contains job listings, grants, links and information and statistics about public broadcasting.
A biweekly newspaper that covers public TV and public radio in the United States.
EM reports on convergence and competition among major media companies, new media players, networks and ratings, programming and ad trends, and the implications of new digital technologies.
National Association of Broadcasters
NAB provides leadership and its vast resources to its supporting members, to broadcasters at-large, and through ongoing public service campaigns to the American people.
National Association of Minorities in Cable
With its unique focus on the urban cable marketplace, NAMIC educates the industry on marketing approaches, programming interest and operations strategies for our nation's ever-changing cities.
An online forum and resource for TV newsroom employees and journalists. Includes anonymous letters about TV newsrooms from workers, job information and other resources.
Online resource for the radio industry with links to radio stations, personalities and companies.
Radio Television Digital News Association
RTDNA is a professional organization for broadcast and digital journalism.
A website dedicated to aspiring and working television reporters and anchors and also to print journalists who find themselves stuck on TV a lot.
A weekly publication about television broadcasting and reporting. Also includes a comprehensive links section.