A blog of the World Association of Newspapers and New Publishers, offering reports on the changing media landscape

A highly informative, sharply written blog on a range of matters journalistic hosted by Jeff Jarvis of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

Online Digital Review, website of the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism focusing on the future of digital journalism

A collection of savvy and sassy remarks dropped in newsroom conversations

Three websites of the Neiman Foundation, all available through its main menu at www.neimanfoundation.org or through their individual URLs:

Offers reports on the art and craft of non-fiction storytelling

Explores challenges and opportunities in contemporary journalism

Presents stories on digital media innovation

Website of the Columbia Journalism Review, providing a rich roundup of media news. Nested in the site are two not readily spottable blogs that are worth checking out: www.cjr.org/the_kicker and www.cjr.org/the_observatory

An amusing look at journalism standards and practices

Jim Romenesko, who used to post as part of the Poynter Institute website, now has a blog, mainly about media. Though nominally retired, he continues to post items of interest about media people (reporters, editors, correspondents, etc.); media matters, ranging from how news organizations hire to amusing or embarrassing or misleading or just-plain-silly headlines; and letters from his readers about the business.

If you missed Brian Stelter’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday morning program on CNN, which focuses on the media — “how journalists do their jobs and how media outlets affect the stories they cover” — here’s an opportunity to catch up.  Also: Stelter, in league with media/politics reporter Dylan Byers and the CNNMoney media team, produces a daily e-mail newsletter jam-packed with up-to-the-minute media doings, and it’s free.  To subscribe click here:  www.cnn.us11.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=47c9040f6ff957a59bd88396e&id=e95cdc16a9

Articles by Politico correspondents related to media coverage of politics.

A roundup of media news, with the focus on television.

Breaking news and opinion from the people at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, about current media matters, plus links to jobs listings from news organizations all over the country, and descriptions of courses offered by Poynter. Also: the not necessarily easy-to-find, but a component of special appeal on its main site, www.poynter.org/tag/regret-the-error, which reports on media errors, corrections, retractions, apologies and such issues as fact checking and verification.

A news and opinion blog and aggregator for the media industry. Coverage includes newspapers, magazines, online, and television.

A daily aggregation of news items from various sources concerning all forms of media.

Website of “On the Media,” the highly admired and weekly public radio program that openly and fairly addresses a broad spectrum of tough media issues.