Published under the careful hand of staff members at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, the American Journalism Review comes out six times a year. The print magazine is available here for the general public in an electronic format, and contains articles ranging from the changing media landscape in the United States and to discussions about whether newsrooms should use the names of illegal immigrants in their reporting on various events. If visitors so desire, they may also browse the archives of this publication all the way back to 1991. Those in the field of journalism (or those who are just curious about the field) should browse on over to the “Resources” area. Here they can learn about journalism fellowships and look over a list of helpful “Reporters’ Tools”, which are essentially links to like-minded sites. For those looking for a break from the normal supply of stoic headlines, there is the “Take 2” area of the site. With just a click of the mouse, users can read a number of funny errors and clever headlines culled straight from the wide world of the American media.


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