Old Time Radio Shows
Bring back the good-old-days by listening to your favorite radio shows for free. Comedies include Abbott & Costello, Amos & Andy, Bob & Ray, Joe Palooka and Laurel & Hardy. Other categories feature dramas, musicals, variety shows and westerns.
Radio Days - A Soundbite History
Long for the 25th century of Buck Rogers? Nostalgic for the days when the Shadow knew what evil lurked in the hearts of men? Return to the days of old time radio! Includes historical information, program logs, discussions, articles, and sound files from some of the all-time great radio shows.
A television reference guide including most current shows as well as numerous old favorites. This fully searchable site features listings, news & features, pictures, downloads and videos.
This fully searchable database features show summaries, cast lists, series run and broadcast history, features on specials, theme songs and "classic TV radio" with theme songs broadcast. You can search or browse alphabetically, by decade, or just pick your favorites and learn all about them.
ABYZ News Links
Provides access to a large variety of world news information, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. You can browse by region, search by keyword, or explore current "hot spots". Although resources are primarily newspapers, sources also include broadcast media, magazines and press agencies.
Subjects: Foreign News Sources
World News Network
Has over 1500 thematic and regional news sites gathering news from over 400 sources. Includes links to originating news source, related links, and themes range from AIDS news to unusual sports topics such as table tennis. Very useful in finding other countries newspapers and news about other countries in English.
Subjects: Foreign News Sources
Today's Front Pages
The front pages of more than 250 newspapers from the US and around the world. Around 50 are presented in thumbnail sketch on each screen, and each can be enlarged by clicking. You can browse alphabetically by region or by newspaper name.
News In Pictures
A collection of links to current news stories told in pictorial format. Browsable by world or U.S. news. Other categories include, science, sports, entertainment and news in video.
A comprehensive newspaper portal, NewsVoyager provides access to daily and weekly newspapers across the U.S. and around the world. Site utilizes pull-down menus, clickable maps and searching by newspaper name or city.
Great for researchers, this searchable website by the Library of Congress lists names, publication dates, and local library holdings for newspapers nationwide from 1690 to the present. You can also read several full-text newspapers from 1900-1910.
Provides informative articles on a variety of journalism topics, including writing and editing, photojournalism and design and graphics. Produced by the Poynter Institute, a journalism school located in St. Petersberg, Florida.
Journalism.org offers a wealth of information for those interested in, or actually practicing, journalism. It offers tools for private citizens, print, tv/radio and online journalists, as well as resources for students and teachers. You can also access "The State of the News Media 2004: An Annual Report on American Journalism".