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PEW Project for Excellence in Journalism

Data Library  

The PEW Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism Data Libary contains all data PEJ creates or collects about the news media. They  appear as charts you can customize.  By default entries are arranged by date. You can sort by media sector, industry trend, sector and trend, or topic. 

 

Boston TV News Digital Library

The Boston TV News Digital Library  

This collaboration between the Boston Public Library, Cambridge Community Television, Northeast Historic Film and WGBH Educational Foundation aims to bring to life local news stories produced in and about Boston from the early 1960’s to 2000.

The project comprises an online catalog of news content from Boston Public Library’s WHDH film collection (1960- mid-1970s), Cambridge Community Television (1988 to 1999), Northeast Historic Film’s WCVB film collection (1970-1979), and WGBH-produced The Reporters (1970-1973), Evening Compass (1973-1975) and the Ten O’Clock News.

So far,  over 500 film reels and tapes  have been digitized for streaming. This amounts to over 100 hours of freely accessible historical news footage.

 

First Amendment Center

The First Amendment Center at Northeastern University School of Journalism, a joint undertaking of the New England First Amendment Coalition and Northeastern University's School of Journalism, with assistance from the University's Center for Urban and Regional Policy (CURP), grew out of a concern that citizens and reporters are routinely denied access to important documents having to do with the work of gevernment.  

 

Wathchdog New England

Watchdog New England : The Initiative for Investigative Reporting at Northeastern University

"The Initiative for Investigative Reporting, a part of the School of Journalism at Northeastern University, is one of dozens of non-profit investigative reporting ventures that have sprung up across the country in the last few years, as adverse economic conditions have made it difficult for traditional news organizations to do watchdog and investigative reporting."

Key to it's mission are partnering with community news organizations to assist them in watchdog and investigative reporting, creating links to informational databases, and supporting reporters through blog posts, podcasts and workshops.

 

First Amendment to the U. S. Constitution

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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