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- Academic Search Complete -
via EbscoHost (HU Subscription) Index provides coverage on a broad
range of topics, many fulltext articles
- America's Newspapers - via Newsbank - (HU Subscription)(fulltext news)
- Communication Abstracts - via Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (HU Subscription) - comprehensive source of information about communication-related publication on a worldwide scale providing coverage of recent literature in the areas of general communication, mass communication, advertising and marketing, broadcasting, communication theory, interpersonal and intrapersonal communication, small group communication, organizational communication, journalism, public relations, radio, public opinion, speech, and television.
- Communication & Mass Media Complete - via EBSCOhost - journals in communication and mass media
- Ethnic NewsWatch - via Proquest - (HU Subscription) - Ethnic NewsWatch provides articles from an ethnically diverse perspective from newspapers, magazines, and journals.
- OMNI File Fulltext Mega Edition - via WilsonWeb - a multi-subject database
Direct - (HU Subscription) Fulltext, searchable access to a variety
of journals in the sciences and social sciences, published by Elsevier
- CNN World Report
Archive at Texas Tech University - "The archive has complete
video holdings for the weekend CNN World Report from its inception in
1987 to present. Qualified researchers throughout the world may make
videotape loan requests of copies of complete shows or individual news
segments. In addition, scripts are available for some news segments.
A computer database for the show is available on-site at Texas Tech
University. Researchers not able to visit the university can use their
online database or request inquiries by mail, phone, or e-mail. The
archive is located in the library of Texas Tech University's International
Cultural Center, 601 Indiana Avenue."
News Archive Vanderbilt University - "The Television News Archive
collection at Vanderbilt University is the world's most extensive and
complete archive of television news. The collection holds more than
30,000 individual network evening news broadcasts and more than 9,000
hours of special news-related programming including Nightlines since
1989. These special reports and periodic news broadcasts cover presidential
press conferences and political campaign coverage, and national and
international events such as the Watergate hearings, the plight of American
hostages in Iran, and the Persian Gulf war."
Film and Television Archive - " includes an estimated 10,000
television commercials, spanning from 1948 to the 1980s. Ads for virtually
all types of consumer goods and services are represented."
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- Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
- With over 12,000 members divided into 27 peer groups, the Academy
represents television professionals from every field. Members volunteer
their time to serve on the Board of Governors, Executive Committee,
and numerous other committees, as well as organizing various events.
- Association for Education in Journalism
and Mass Communication (AEJMC) - an international association of
more than 3,300 journalism/mass communication faculty, students, administrators,
and professionals. AEJMC's members come from more than 28 countries,
with the majority working in the United States and Canada. Founded in
1912, AEJMC is the oldest and largest association of journalism and
mass communication educators and administrators at the college level."
- Center for Media and Public Affairs
- " a nonpartisan research and educational organization which conducts
scientific studies of the news and entertainment media."
- FACSNET: Improving Journalism Through
Education - its goal "is to improve the quality of information
reaching the public through the news. We believe better journalism can
be achieved through education."
- Federal Communications Commission
- is "an independent US government agency, directly responsible
to Congress, and ...telecommunications regulation."
- National Association of Broadcasters
- a full-service trade association which represents the interests of
free, over-the-air radio and television broadcasters.
- National Association of Broadcasters
Educational Foundation - "created to conduct research, education,
and other activities related to broadcastingand its impact on the nation."
Professional Associations - "an alphabetical listing of television
and radio associations, organizations, and societies."
- ABC - news
- MSNBC - news
- Columbia Journalism Review - watchdog
of the press in all its forms, from newspapers and magazines to radio,
television, and cable to the wire services and the Web," offering
"a mix of reporting, analysis, criticism, and commentary."
- WriteNews - offers classifieds,
a job board, books, news, and guidelines to online publications of interest
to writers. The News Resources directory offers links to U.S and international
newspapers arranged geographically, U.S. college newspapers (with international
college newspapers coming in the future), and a cool section of specialized
news services. This section includes, business, arts, publishing, entertainment,
computer and tech news, sports, weather, legal, political, and journalism
- CNN - news
- C-Span - C-SPAN
is a private, non-profit company, created in 1979 by the cable television
industry as a public service. Our mission is to provide public access
to the political process. C-SPAN receives no government funding; operations
are funded by fees paid by cable and satellite affiliates who carry
- The Weather Channel
- Since 1982, The Weather Channel has brought timely weather information
to the world. Beginning as a 24-hour, 7 day television network devoted
entirely to weather, it has expanded across several mediums to bring
the breaking weather to its viewers and users.
- Australian Broadcasting
Corporation - Australia's only national, non-commercial broadcaster
Broadcasting Corporation - Twelve governors act as trustees of the
public interest and regulate the BBC. They are appointed by the Queen
on advice from ministers.
- Public Broadcasting System - PBS,
headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, is a private, non-profit media
enterprise owned and operated by the nation's 349 public television
- CCMS: Communication,
Cultural and Media Studies - provides links to "valuable resources
on film, television and communication studies" from Sonoma State
- Center for Communication - "an
independent media forum, launched in 1980 by former CBS president Dr.
Frank Stanton and Museum of Television & Radio president, the late
Dr. Robert Batscha, to bridge the gap between the communications industry
and the schools. The Center, supported by the industry, is nonprofit
- Clipland - Clipland
was founded in late 1998 to provide the most comprehensive database
of music video details.In 2001 they added movie trailers and advertising.
- Emmy Awards - "presents
information on past, current and pending Emmy awards. You may search
a database of primetime Emmy awards from 1949 on."
- Ifilm - IFILM is a media company
comprising the IFILM Network (www.ifilm.com), the Hollywood Creative
Directory and Lone Eagle Publishing. The IFILM Network is a leading
video- entertainment destination on the Web, offering channels of movies,
short films, TV clips, video-game trailers, music videos and its celebrated
"Viral Videos" collection.
Public Library Resources for Television Studies - list of links
to TV resources
- Media History
Project - From the University of Minnesota, "The tale of media
is a vast historic web composed of many fibers. It is to identify those
fibers and to tell the stories that went into its making..."
Studies: TV, Video & Streaming Video - from the University of
and Women in Television News - This research was supported by the
University of Missouri School of Journalism, where Dr. Stone is a professor
emeritus, and by the Radio-Television News Directors Foundation
- New Commercials
- "provides the worldwide advertising community with a trustworthy
source of comprehensive and relevant data used to facilitate the selection
of advertising suppliers and the purchase of strategic information.
- Popular Culture:
Television - "provides resources for the critical analysis
of popular culture in the United States, including the impact of that
culture beyond national borders..."
- TV acres: The Web's Ultimate Subject
Guide to Television Program Facts and Trivia - "an easy-to-use,
on-line subject guide that quickly finds information about the characters,
places and things that appeared on television programs broadcast from
the 1940s to the present (during prime time and Saturday mornings)."
- Voice of the Shuttle:
Media Studies - links to web sites about Media Studies
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