July 8, 2002

Media Bibliography




ACEJMC: Accrediting Council

ACES: American
Copy Editors Society

AJHA: American Journalism
Historians Association

ASJA: American Society
of Journalists and Authors

ASBPE: American Society
of Business Publication Editors

ASNE: American Society
of News Editors

AWM: Alliance for Women in Media
AAJA: Asian American
Journalists Association

APME: Associated Press
Media Editors

APSE: Associated Press
Sports Editors

AAEC: Association of American Editorial Cartoonists
AAN: Association of
Alternative Newsweeklies

AEJMC: Association for
Education in Journalism
and Mass Communication

AFJ: Association
of Food Journalists

AHCJ: Association
of Health Care Journalists

AOJ: Association of Opinion Journalists
AWC: Association
for Women in Communications

BEA: The Broadcast
Education Association

CAJ: The Canadian
Association of Journalists
College Media Association
CSPA: Columbia
Scholastic Press Association

CPJ: Committee
to Protect Journalists

CNJO: Council of National Journalism Organizations
Garden Writers Association
IFJ: The International
Federation of Journalists

Inland Press Association
INMA: International Newspaper Marketing Association
IWMF: International Women’s
Media Foundation

IRE: Investigative
Reporters and Editors

JEA: Journalism
Education Association

JAWS: Journalism and
Women Symposium

Military Reporters and Editors
NAAJA: National Arab American
Journalists Association

NABJ: National Association
of Black Journalists

NAB: National Association
of Broadcasters

NAHJ: National Association
of Hispanic Journalists

NAMIC: National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications
NASW: National Association
of Science Writers

NEWA: National Education
Writer’s Association

NFPW: National Federation
of Press Women

National Freedom
of Information Coalition

NLGJA: National Lesbian
and Gay Journalists Association

NNA: National Newspaper Association
NNPA: National Newspaper Publishers Association
NPPA: National Press
Photographers Association

NSNC: National Society
of Newspaper Columnists

NAJA: Native American
Journalists Association

NAA: Newspaper
Association of America

Newspaper Guild
Newswomen’s Club of New York
Online News Association
Online Publishers Association
ONO: Organization
of News Ombudsmen

Project for Excellence in Journalism
PRNDI: Public Radio News Directors
RTNDA: Radio Television Digital News Association
Religion Newswriters Association
Reporters Committee
for Freedom of the Press

Society of American Business
Editors and Writers

Society of American Travel Writers Society of Environmental Journalists
SFJ: Society for Features Journalism
SND: Society for News Design
SPJ: The Society of
Professional Journalists

SAJA: South Asian Journalists Association
SNPA: Southern Newspaper
Publishers Association

White House News
Photographers’ Association

World Association of Newspapers
World Editors Forum


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American Press Institute

Brechner Center
Center for Integration and
Improvement of Journalism

Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
European Journalism Centre
First Amendment Center
Freedom Forum
Institute for Justice and Journalism
International Center for Journalists
International Press Institute
International Reporting Project
Journalism Center on Children & Families
Knight Digital Media Center
Maynard Institute
Media Management Center
Museum of Broadcast Communications
National Center on Disability and Journalism
National Press Club
Nieman Foundation
Paley Center for Media
Pew Research Center
Reynolds Journalism Institute
Shorenstein Center
World Press Institute

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