Resources

Every journalist should have some trustful resources to work with. If your medium is the internet, here are some websites that might help you out.

  • Buzzfeed.comThe website might be seen not-so-serious by some readers, but its journalism section actually has some very reliable articles.
  • Journalists.orgAn online non-profit news association that brings reliable information to journalists.
  • TheAtlantic.comcomNews on politics, business, and everything – all packed in a simple journal.
  • Economist.com – Provides authoritative insight on various topics such as business, politics, finance, and so on.
  • BBC.com – Breaking news up-to-the-minute, with journals, videos, featured stories, and a lot of trusted info.
  • CNN.comTop stories regarding international as well as local events, on various topics.
  • Reuters.com – Provides the latest news from all around the word, covering a wide area of domains.
  • HuffingtonPost.comAbbreviated into HuffPost, this site provides reliable news, blogs, satires, and original content in many domains.
  • Forbes.comA media company that provides content in the lines of business, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, etc.
  • WSJ.comAbbreviated from “Wall Street Journal,” this website provides headlines and breaking news from all around the world.

As a journalist, you need to be well-informed. If you use these links as your resource, you should do just fine.

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