Searching in Media Industry

  • A Adults (18 and older)
  • T Teens (13-17)
  • K Kids (12 and under)

Home > News & Media > Media Industry

Resource center for media workers, political activists and community organizations. Promotes diverse, accountable and ethical media. Includes Media File online magazine of analysis and commentary.

Daily news, features, commentary and resources about U.S. and international media.

Independent opinion research group studying attitudes toward the press, politics and public policy issues.

Established in the UK in 1990 to act as the voice of the low power radio industry. Membership includes companies involved in low power radio in several European countries and beyond.

Essay and position paper on Low Power Radio from a delegate to the National Council of Churches by a delegate. Interesting from a historical perspective.

Radio & TV broadcasters classified ads brought to you by Radio Guide. This is a free service. You'll find broadcasting equipment for sale as well as listings for radio & TV services. Listing your item for sale is free as well.

A not-for-profit site dedicated to the do-it-yourself hobby or pirate broadcaster. They provide the fundamentals you need to start your own DIY home microbroadcasting system, be it for educational purposes, personal entertainment, political advocacy, community service.

This is a free print publication available bi-monthly and online as well.

From community activists; about the group, radio programs, podcast feeds, blog, special topics, commentary, recommended links and contact information.

Commentary, blogs, forums, recommended links and contact information.

From a journalist, includes commentary, blog and reader comments.

Commentary, criticism and email contact form.

This article by Jeffery Scheuer summarizes The Sound Bite Society, a study of television and ideology. (Dissent Summer 1995).

Blogger focusing on media and journalism..

FIAT/IFTA is a non-profit association set up by the BBC, RAI, ARD, and INA to promote the compatibility of audio-visual documentation systems as well as documentation exchange. Association documents, information, and newsletter.

Trade association representing radio and TV stations in Maine. Web site includes station directory.

IBA brings together radio and television stations working to promote and enhance free over-the-air broadcasting. Web site features a broadcasting Job Bank and the Iowa Radio and television directory.

A website connecting journalists and new media professionals to jobs and each other.

For professional freelance nonfiction writers and those serious about earning a decent living from writing. Offers a subscription based newsletter and listing in online directory.

Firm overview and staff profile. Offers executive search/headhunting for creative, middle management or obscure appointments in the media and entertainment market.

Provides entry level advise, career guidance for budding journalists, and lists internships.

Search for broadcast station job openings, and entry-level opportunities.

Job listings at radio and TV stations in the United States and Puerto Rico, searchable by state and by career field. Includes news, technical, sales and administrative positions. Averages about 25 new ads a week. Sponsored by the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations.

List media job opportunities with newspapers, TV, radio, online media, magazines, and related categories in the US and abroad. In partnership with Columbia Journalism Review.

Find jobs in broadcast radio.

A job board for PR, communications and social media talent.

News of the broadcast and cable industries.

News and background on the radio industry.

Business to business information resource for Chinese TV and advertising industries.

Magazine covering the Canadian communications industry. Content from current and archived editions.