Top Newspaper & Magazine Industry Websites

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We’re always searching for the latest news about the evolution of print journalism and advertising. These blogs have fresh and interesting content that we highly recommend taking a look at:

Nieman Lab: Published by Harvard University, this website publishes its own unique take on all of the news, innovations and notable happenings in the new world of journalism. We especially like the daily newsletters they send.

Newsonomics:Ken Doctor is “a speaker and consultant, advising on new sustainable business models of contemporary journalism.” His site features coverage of the New York Times, paywalls, and all things about the digital transformation of traditional media.

AdAge: If you’re in the advertising industry, you’re probably intimately familiar with AdAge. It’s the preeminent publication covering the advertising and marketing industries, and provides instant alerts on the latest news in the world of agencies & all topics media.

The Drum: The Drum is a  site that publishes out of Europe and has its own unique voice covering everything marketing. We think it’s one of the best all-around marketing/advertising sites available today.

Poynter: Poynter is one of the leading voices of journalism, and is actually a teaching institution that educates the best and brightest in the news industry.

MediaPost: MediaPost offers a variety of publications that cover print, television, mobile, social, email, tech and political marketing.

Media Life: Media Life is geared specifically towards media planners & buyers and is published by industry veteran and all-around great guy Gene Ely.

Print in the Mix: Print in the Mix is a project of the Rochester Institute of Technology and is a data-driven website that covers aspects of print ranging from newspapers to 3D printing.

Jim Romenesko: The personal blog of journalist Jim Romanesko, writing from his unique vantage point of being a top journalist at several newspapers and other media entities.

Mr. Magazine: Mr. Magazine also goes by the name of Samir Husni, a magazine industry veteran who provides insightful stats about trends in the industry, reports of new magazines forthcoming and those who are no longer with us, and many interesting publication provides.

Reflections of a Newsasaur – Alan Mutter has run the gamut of roles in the media world – from newspaper journalist to television and internet endeavors, he’s one of the most respected voices in the disucssion of the new age of journalism.

Post by Jess Greiner

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