July 20, 2002


ASNE: American Society of Newspaper Editors
ASNE is the nation’s oldest and largest newspaper editors group.

APME: Associated Press Managing Editors
APME is a group of U.S. and Canadian editors
whose newspapers are members of the Associated Press.

Media Info Center
Presented by the Northwestern University Media Management Center.

Media Management Center
The Media Management Center is located at Northwestern University.

News University (Poynter/Knight Foundation)

NAA: Newspaper Association of America
The NAA focuses on the strategic priorities
that affect the newspaper industry.

Online News Association

Online Publishers Association

Poynter’s Biz Blog

Poynter’s Leadership Resources

Poynter’s NewsPay Blog

Poynter’s “SuperVision” Blog

RTNDA: Radio and Television News Directors Association
RTNDA represents local and network news
executives in broadcast, cable and other electronic media.

Readership Institute
The Institute is based at the Media Management
Center at Northwestern University.

SNPA: Southern Newspaper Publishers Association
SNPA is a regional trade organization
which has served newspapers since 1903.

The State of the News Media
An annual report on American journalism.

Who Owns What?
Columbia Journalism Review resource guide.


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How Social Capital Makes Organizations Work
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Why Some Companies Make the Leap…And Others Don’t
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