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  • Newspaper - Wikipedia.
  • TIME has the world's largest circulation for a weekly news magazine, and has a readership of 25 million.
  • Newsweek was an American weekly news magazine that was published in New York City in print form from 1933 to 2012. Newsweek continues as a news reporting and opinion website with its first digital-only issue published on January 4, 2013 and is still being printed in the UK and Europe.
  • The Times - British daily national newspaper, first published in London in 1785.
  • Financial Times (FT) - one of the world's leading business news and information organisations.
  • Daily Sun - the biggest daily newspaper in South Africa.
  • China Daily - English language daily newspaper published in the People's Republic of China.
  • People's Daily - daily newspaper in the People's Republic of China. The paper is an organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), published worldwide with a circulation of 3 to 4 million.
  • The Times of India - founded in 1838. Indian English-language daily newspaper. It has the largest circulation among all English-language newspapers in the world, across all formats (broadsheet, tabloid, compact, Berliner and online).
  • South China Morning Post - the first English-language Hong Kong newspaper.
  • The Australian - the biggest-selling national newspaper in the country.
  • The Sydney Morning Herald - the oldest continuously published newspaper in the southern hemisphere founded in 1831.
  • BVI Beacon - weekly British Virgin Islands newspaper founded in 1984 and published on the island of Tortola.
  • Top 200+ celebrity & gossip blogs, magazines, media & websites.
  • El Siglo (The Century) - Spanish language daily newspaper published in Panama.
  • Le Monde - often the only French newspaper easily obtainable in non-French-speaking countries.
  • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - the German newspaper with the widest circulation abroad, with its editors claiming to deliver the newspaper to 148 countries every day.
  • Der Spiegel - launched in 1947, and is one of Europe's largest publications of its kind, with a weekly circulation of more than one million.
  • Top 100+ gadgets, electronics & technology blogs, magazines, media & websites.
  • The Jerusalem Post - Israeli daily English-language broadsheet newspaper, founded on 1 December 1932 as The Palestine Post.
  • The New York Times - American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851. It has won 112 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other news organization. Its website is America's most popular news site.
  • The Washington Post - the most widely circulated newspaper published in Washington, D.C., and oldest extant in the area, founded in 1877. In the early 1970s, in the best known episode in the recent history of The Post, reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein led the American press's investigation into what became known as the Watergate scandal.
  • WikiLeaks - international, online, non-profit organisation which publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified media from anonymous sources.
  • American whistleblower Edward Snowden.

2,800+ Newspapers / Magazines / Newsletters / Blogs

    "No news is bad news." - Elizabeth Taylor.

    "Advertisements contain the only truths to be relied on in a newspaper." - Thomas Jefferson.

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Middle East (75+) Movie Magazines (75+) Music Magazines (40+)
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    A BLOG is a type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order. Most blogs are interactive, allowing visitors to leave comments and even message each other via widgets on the blogs and it is this interactivity that distinguishes them from other static websites. Many blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject; others function as more personal online diaries. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, Web pages, and other media related to its topic. The ability of readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of many blogs.

    MAGAZINES, periodicals, glossies or serials are publications, generally published on a regular schedule, containing a variety of articles, generally financed by advertising, by a purchase price, by pre-paid magazine subscriptions, or all three. Magazines can be distributed through the mail; through sales by newsstands, bookstores or other vendors; or through free distribution at selected pick up locations.

    A NEWSLETTER is a regularly distributed publication generally about one main topic that is of interest to its subscribers. Newspapers and leaflets are types of newsletters. Additionally, newsletters delivered electronically via email (e-Newsletters) have gained rapid acceptance for the same reasons email in general is gaining popularity over printed correspondence.

    A NEWSPAPER is a publication containing news, information, and advertising. General-interest newspapers often feature articles on political events, crime, business, art/entertainment, society and sports. Most traditional papers also feature an editorial page containing columns that express the personal opinions of writers. Supplementary sections may contain advertising, comics, and coupons. Newspapers are most often published on a daily or weekly basis, and they usually focus on one particular geographic area where most of their readers live. Despite recent setbacks in circulation and profits, newspapers are still the most iconic outlet for news and other types of written journalism.

  • 41 Elections - The New York Times front pages through the decades.
  • 59th World Press Photo Contest 2016 - The Winners.
  • 2016 Could Be Fact-Checking’s Finest Year - Wired.
  • A Powerful Russian Weapon: The Spread of False Stories - The New York Times.
  • Ad Blockers and the Nuisance at the Heart of the Modern Web - The New York Times.
  • Ad blocking - is removing or altering advertising content in a webpage.
  • Albert Londres Prize - since 1932. The highest French journalism award, named in honor of journalist Albert Londres.
  • ALL YOU CAN READ.COM - the largest database of magazines and newspapers on the Internet, with listings for about 28,000 magazines and newspapers from all over the world.
  • ALLTOP - “online magazine rack” of popular topics. "We update the stories every hour. Pick a topic by searching, news category, or name, and we’ll deliver it to you 24 × 7. All the topics, all the time."
  • ALLVOICES - breaking news, current events. The first open media site where anyone can report from anywhere.
  • An Investigative Arsenal: Power Chargers, Document Analysis Tools & More - The New York Times.
  • An Old-Media Empire, Axel Springer Reboots for the Digital Age - The New York Times.
  • AP | ASSOCIATED PRESS - the essential global news network.
  • AP ARCHIVE & BRITISH MOVIETONE ON YouTube - includes over 1.7 million global news and entertainment stories dating back to 1895.
  • AUDIBLE.COM - "Listen to a Best Seller on your iPod or MP3 player!" Provider of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming. Audible sells audiobooks, radio and TV programs, and audio versions of magazines and newspapers.
  • AVAAZ - "The World In Action." Avaaz is a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere.
  • BAMBI AWARDS - since 1948. Stylised as BAMBI. Germany's most important media awards. Presented annually by Hubert Burda Media to recognise excellence in international media and television "with vision and creativity who affected and inspired the German public that year," both domestic and foreign.
  • Berliner (format) - newspaper format with pages normally measuring about 315 by 470 millimetres (12.4 in × 18.5 in). The Berliner format is slightly taller and marginally wider than the tabloid/compact format; and is both narrower and shorter than the broadsheet format.
  • BIG PICTURES - the world's biggest & best celebrity photo agency.
  • Billionaires vs. the Press in the Era of Trump - The New York Times.
  • BLOGLINES - "The fastest way to find and track your favorite websites and blogs in real-time. Aims to deliver the best experience for our users by creating a service where users can subcribe, create, manage and share news feeds, blogs and rich web content from across the web."
  • Breaking news - interchangeably termed latebreaking news and also known as a special report or special coverage or news bulletin, is a current issue that broadcasters feel warrants the interruption of scheduled programming and/or current news in order to report its details. Its use is also assigned to the most significant story of the moment or a story that is being covered live. It could be a story that is simply of wide interest to viewers and has little impact otherwise.
  • Broadsheet (format) - the largest of newspaper formats and is characterized by long vertical pages (typically 22 inches or 560 millimetres). The term derives from types of popular prints usually just of a single sheet, sold on the streets and containing various types of material, from ballads to political satire. The first broadsheet newspaper was the Dutch Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt, &c. published in 1618.
  • BUZZFLASH.NET - most popular stories as ranked by our readers.
  • Can the web save the press from oblivion? - The Guardian.
  • Catch and Kill - if a news organization catches and kills a story, they pay for the rights to it and then do not publish it. In the tabloid business, the practice is called Catch and Kill.
  • CENTER FOR PUBLIC INTEGRITY - "Investigative journalism from a nonprofit newsroom."
  • CITIZEN JOURNALISM - definition & explanation.
  • Compact (format) - broadsheet-quality newspaper printed in a tabloid format (slightly taller), especially one in the United Kingdom. The term as used for this size (not to be confused with 4.25 × 6.75 inches or 108 × 171 mm paper sizes) came into its current use when The Independent began producing a smaller format edition for London's commuters, designed to be easier to read when using mass transit.
  • Confessional writing - in literature, confessional writing is a first-person style that is often presented as an ongoing diary or letters, distinguished by revelations of a person's heart and darker motivations.
  • CRAIGSLIST - provides local classifieds and forums for jobs, housing, for sale, personals, services, local community, and events serving 570 cities in 50 countries.
  • CRYPTOME - functions as a repository for information about freedom of speech, cryptography, spying, and surveillance. "Cryptome welcomes documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide, in particular material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance - open, secret and classified documents - but not limited to those."
  • Daily Me - definition & explanation.
  • Data journalism Handbook - Creative Commons.
  • DON'T STOP THE PRESSES! WHY BIG TECH SHOULD SUBSIDIZE REAL JOURNALISM - Wired.
  • Echo Chamber - definition & explanation.
  • Embedded journalism - refers to news reporters being attached to military units involved in armed conflicts. While the term could be applied to many historical interactions between journalists and military personnel, it first came to be used in the media coverage of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
  • Explore 56 years of award-winning photojournalism - World Press Photo.
  • Fake news - a type of hoax or deliberate spread of misinformation, be it via the traditional news media or via social media, with the intent to mislead in order to gain financially or politically. It often employs eye-catching headlines or entirely fabricated news-stories in order to increase readership and, in the case of internet-based stories, online sharing.
  • Fake news & a 400-year-old problem - "How can we end the ‘post-truth’ crisis?"
  • Fake news writer takes blame for Trump's win - engadget.
  • Feature story - not hard news and is distinguished by the quality of the writing. Stories should be memorable for their reporting, crafting, creativity and economy of expression.
  • Feedly - since 2008. "Feed your mind." News aggregator and RSS feed reader application for various Web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others.
  • fifth estate - modern extension of the three classical Estates of the Realm. The Fifth Estate is most strongly associated with bloggers, journalists, and media outlets that operate outside of the mainstream media (and often in opposition to the mainstream media). It may also include political groups and other groups outside of the mainstream in their views and functions in society (the term "Fourth Estate" emerged in reference to forces outside the established power structure, and is now most commonly used in reference to the independent press or media).
  • First Look Media - news organization founded by Pierre Omidyar that was first announced in October 2013 as a venue for "original, independent journalism."
  • FLEET STREET - home of the British press until the 1980s.
  • Flipboard - social-network aggregation, magazine-format application software for Android and iOS. It collects the content of social media and other websites and presents it in magazine format and allows users to "flip" through their social-networking feeds and feeds from websites that have partnered with the company.
  • Free newspaper - distributed free of charge, either in central places in cities and towns, with other newspapers, or separately door-to-door. The revenues of such newspapers are based on advertising. Some are dailies, some are weeklies.
  • Freedom of information - extension of freedom of speech, a fundamental human right recognized in international law, which is today understood more generally as freedom of expression in any medium, be it orally, in writing, print, through the Internet or through art forms.
  • Freedom of the Press Foundation - non-profit organization founded in 2012 to fund and support free speech and freedom of the press. The organization is headed by both mainstream and alternative journalists such as Daniel Ellsberg and Xeni Jardin as well as activists, celebrities, and filmmakers. The mission is to help "promote and fund aggressive, public-interest journalism focused on exposing mismanagement, corruption, and law-breaking in government", and it offers a way to crowd-source funding for WikiLeaks and independent journalistic organizations. In October 2013, the Foundation released Secure Drop, developed in part by the late programmer Aaron Swartz. The tool allows for anonymous communication between two parties, allowing whistleblowers to contact journalists without ever exchanging one anothers' identities or contact information.
  • FRONTLINE CLUB - "Championing Independent Journalism."
  • Gawker & Hulk Hogan Reach $31 Million Settlement - The New York Times.
  • GETTY IMAGES - stock photography, editorial photos, footage & music.
  • Goodbye, StumbleUpon - "One of the last great ways to find good things online."
  • GOOGLE READER - a web-based aggregator, capable of reading Atom and RSS feeds online or offline. Read them in one place with Google Reader, where keeping up with your favorite websites is as easy as checking your email.
  • Government gazette - (official gazette, official journal, official newspaper or official diary) is a periodical publication that records the business and proceedings of a government and has been authorised to publish public or legal notices. It is usually established by statute or official action and publication of notices within it, whether by the government or a private party, is usually considered sufficient to comply with legal requirements for public notice.
  • HACKED OFF - Campaign For A Free & Accountable Press.
  • Happy talk - additional and often meaningless commentary interspersed into news programs by news anchors and others on set. It may consist of simple jokes or simply a modified wording in asking a question of another reporter.
  • HFPA | HOLLYWOOD FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION - an organization comprising journalists who cover the United States film industry. The group is best known for the Golden Globe Awards.
  • History of journalism - Wikipedia.
  • History of newspapers and magazines - Wikipedia.
  • How Fake News Goes Viral: A Case Study - The New York Times.
  • How Fiction Becomes Fact on Social Media - The New York Times.
  • How to bluff your way through the news - The Guardian.
  • ICIJ | THE INTERNATIONAL CONSORTIUM OF INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTS
  • Ida Tarbell - (1857-1944) was an American teacher, author and journalist. She was one of the leading "muckrakers" of the progressive era of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and is thought to have pioneered investigative journalism.
  • IMPACT FACTOR - a measure reflecting the average number of citations to articles published in science and social science journals.
  • INMA AWARDS | International Newsmedia Marketing Association - founded in 1930. "The premier competition rewarding excellence in marketing newsmedia brands worldwide." Often called "the Oscars of newspapers".
  • International Consortium of Investigative Journalists | ICIJ - founded in 1997. "The World's Best Cross-Border Investigative Team." Active global network of 160 reporters in more than 60 countries who collaborate on in-depth investigative stories.
  • INTERNET PRESS ACADEMY | IPA - global media association of domestic and foreign entertainment journalists in print, TV, radio, broadcast, and online outlets; including critics, interviewers, reviewers, bloggers, and photographers.
  • INTERNET PUBLIC LIBRARY - newspapers.
  • Inverted pyramid (journalism) - metaphor used by journalists and other writers to illustrate how information should be prioritized and structured in a text (e.g., a news report). It is a common method for writing news stories (and has adaptability to other kinds of texts, e.g., blogs and editorial columns). This is a way to communicate the basics about a news report in the initial sentences.
  • INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM - Wikipedia.
  • ISSUU - you publish. Turns your documents into beautiful online publications.
  • Land of Hope and Glory: behind the scenes of Country Life magazine - The Telegraph.
  • List of the oldest newspapers - Wikipedia.
  • List of women's magazines - Wikipedia.
  • Listicle - an journalism and blogging, a listicle is a short-form of writing that uses a list as its thematic structure, but is fleshed out with sufficient copy to be published as an article.
  • Long Before Twitter, Martin Luther Was a Media Pioneer
  • LONGREADS - posts links to new stories every day, including long-form journalism, magazine stories from your favorite publications.
  • MAGAZINESDIRECT.COM - delivering the best magazine subscriptions for less.
  • MAGNUM PHOTOS - cooperative photography agency with offices in London, Paris, Tokyo and New York, founded in 1947.
  • Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism - since 1999. Rewards journalism at the cutting edge. Awarded annually to journalists writing in English whose work has appeared in print or in a reputable internet publication.
  • MASS MEDIA - Wikipedia.
  • Media Bistro - website that publishes various blogs and job listings for journalists. The site was founded in 1993 by Laurel Touby as "a gathering place for professionals in journalism, publishing and other media-related industries in New York City", mediabistro.com has since grown into an international resource for media professionals.
  • Medium - "A place to share your stories and ideas."
  • Microfiche - A flat piece of film containing microphotographs of the pages of a newspaper, catalogue, or other document.
  • Middle-market newspaper - one that attempts to cater to readers who want some entertainment from their newspaper as well as the coverage of important news events.
  • MONDO TIMES - 22,094 newspapers, magazines, radio & TV stations in 212 countries worldwide.
  • Muckraker - used in the Progressive Era to characterize reform-minded American journalists who attacked established institutions and leaders as corrupt.
  • MY PR GENIE - the only, Do-It-Yourself, PR platform and newswire that gives you access to over 540,000 journalist contacts. Using MyPRGenie, you can create a business profile on search engines and directories, upload your press release in any language and significantly increase your exposure online!
  • NATIONAL PRESS CLUB (US) - the world's leading professional organization for journalists.
  • News - Wikipedia.
  • NEWS CORPORATION - one of the world's largest media conglomerates. The company's Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Founder is Rupert Murdoch.
  • NEWSER - founded in 2007. "Read Less. Know More." Web-native news site, seeking to speak to the new online news behavior—the need to survey multiple news brands—and to combine the machine search capabilities used in sites like Google News and Yahoo News with the newsroom oversight of traditional news organizations. Searching hundreds of news sites, Newser’s goal is to provide an efficient and entertaining one-stop shop for headlines and news summaries throughout the day. Newser has pioneered a summary form which compresses traditional, often repetitive, news exposition into a more stream-lined, compact, fact-oriented form tailored to web browsing. Newser marries these short takes to photographs and relevant videos.
  • NEWSEUM - interactive museum of news and journalism located at 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. The seven-level, 250,000-square-foot (23,000 m²) museum features 15 theaters and 14 galleries. The Newseum's Berlin Wall Gallery includes the largest display of sections of the Berlin Wall outside of Germany. The Today's Front Pages Gallery presents daily front pages from more than 80 international newspapers.
  • NEWSPAPER ARCHIVE - "Explore. Discover. Share." The largest historical newspaper database online, contains tens of millions of newspaper pages from 1753 to present. Every newspaper in the archive is fully searchable by keyword and date, making it easy for you to quickly explore historical content.
  • NEWSPAPER FORMATS - berliner, broadsheet, nordisch, rhenish, Swiss & tabloid.
  • NEWSPAPER INDEX - newspapers and front pages in all countries!
  • Newspaper of record - term that typically refers to a major newspaper that has a large circulation and whose editorial and news-gathering functions are considered professional and typically authoritative.
  • NEWSPAPERS - directory of thousands of newspapers from around the world, classified by topic, country and zone.
  • NEWSVINE - "updated continuously by citizens like you. Newsvine is an instant reflection of what the world is talking about at any given moment."
  • NOWPUBLIC - Crowd Powered Media. User-generated social news website.
  • Nudes Are Old News at Playboy - The New York Times.
  • ONLINE NEWSPAPERS.COM - thousands of world newspapers at your fingertips.
  • Op-Ed - (originally short for "opposite the editorial page") is a piece typically published by newspapers, magazines, and the like which expresses the opinions of a named author usually not affiliated with the publication's editorial board.
  • OPEN DATA CITY - "As far as we know, we are the only company specialising exclusively in data journalism in Germany."
  • OPENLEAKS - "Here and there and everywhere." The new whistleblowing website. "We are using our collective experience in an attempt to support, and help others to support whistleblowers; thus making the leaking of information more widespread, while simultaneously reducing the personal risk to those who fight corruption."
  • Orwell Prize - since 1993. British prize for political writing of outstanding quality. Two prizes are awarded each year: one for a book and one for journalism; between 2009 and 2012, a third prize was awarded for blogging. In each case, the winner is the short-listed entry which comes closest to George Orwell's own ambition to "make political writing into an art".
  • PADCONTENT.ORG - "The Economics of Digital Content."
  • Photoplay magazine: the birth of celebrity culture
  • PLAYBOY ARCHIVE - 50 years of Playboy magazines for free (1953-2007).
  • Playboy Explains Vietnam - The New York Times.
  • Playboy front covers through the ages Telegraph.
  • Playboy Is Naked Again And It Is Awesome - Forbes.
  • Playboy Trades Nipples for Good Design, and It Works - Wired.
  • POCKET - "View when Ready." If it's in Pocket, it's on your phone, tablet or computer. You don't even need an Internet connection. Help people who discover an interesting article, video or web page, but don’t have time to view it. Once saved to Pocket, the list of content is visible on any device -- phone, tablet or computer.
  • Podcasts Surge, but Producers Fear Apple Isn’t Listening - The New York Times.
  • POLITIFACT.COM - since 2007. Project operated by the Tampa Bay Times, in which reporters and editors from the Times and affiliated media outlets "fact-check statements by members of Congress, the White House, lobbyists and interest groups". They publish original statements and their evaluations on the PolitiFact.com website, and assign each a "Truth-O-Meter" rating. The ratings range from "True" for completely accurate statements to "Pants on Fire" (from the taunt "Liar, liar, pants on fire") for false and ridiculous claims.
  • PRESS ASSOCIATION - the UK's trusted source of news and information.
  • PRESS DISPLAY.COM - "Unlimited access to the front page of over 1700+ newspapers and magazines. The world’s largest online newspaper kiosk, where you can browse and read hundreds of full content premium newspapers and magazines from around the globe."
  • PRO PUBLICA - "Journalism in the public interest."
  • Project Syndicate - since 1995. "The World's Opinion Page. Project Syndicate provides readers with original, engaging, and thought-provoking commentaries by global leaders and thinkers. By offering incisive perspectives from those who are shaping the world's economics, politics, science, and culture, Project Syndicate has created an unrivaled global venue for informed public debate." The world’s largest opinion-focused syndicate, disseminating commentaries by experts, activists, Nobel laureates, statesmen, economists, political thinkers, business leaders, and academics to more than 500 member publications in more than 150 countries, amounting to a total circulation of nearly 70 million copies. Named one of the top five world news sites for 2012.
  • PROPELLER - is a social news portal, meaning that it is programmed by you – the audience. Our members post links to stories from all over the Web. Many of these stories originate from the websites of traditional media, including newspapers and magazines. But you will also find many stories that seldom pop up in the mainstream.
  • Pulp magazine - inexpensive fiction magazines that were published from 1896 through the 1950s.
  • PULSE - "Your News. Anywhere." RSS reader. App for Android, iOS and HTML5 browsers, originally released in 2010. The application, displays news from multiple RSS feeds in a single page using a tile based interface. Pulse has been praised by users for its sleek, easy to use design.
  • PULITZER PRIZES - honoring excellence in journalism and the arts since 1917.
  • Putting Mobile Ad Blockers to the Test - The New York Times.
  • Readly - "The new way of reading magazines on tablets and smartphones." Readly is the new way to read all your favorite magazines anywhere, anytime. With the the fastest downloading times of any digital magazine reader, Readly gives you unlimited access to magazines - including back issues - for one low monthly price.
  • Readr - "10,000+ Magazines, One Subscription. Only US$9.99 per month." One Newsstand. The world's best magazines. It's like your bookshelf at home, one spot to store your favourite publications, allowing you to filter, sort and manage your magazines.
  • Red Top - tabloid newspapers in the United Kingdom, collectively called "the tabloid press", tend to be simply and sensationally written and to give more prominence than broadsheets to celebrities, sports, crime stories, and even hoaxes.
  • REDDIT - since 2005. "What's new online!" Keep up with the latest development updates, community announcements, and general reddit tomfoolery. Social news website where the registered users submit content in the form of either a link or a text "self" post. Other users then vote the submission "up" or "down", which is used to rank the post and determine its position on the site's pages and front page. As of 2017, Reddit had 542 million monthly visitors (234 million unique users), ranking #4 most visited website in U.S. and #9 in the world. Across 2015, Reddit saw 82.54 billion pageviews, 73.15 million submissions, 725.85 million comments, and 6.89 billion upvotes from its users.
  • Seven Sisters (magazines) - group of magazines which have traditionally been aimed at married women who are homemakers with husbands and children, rather than single and working women. The name is derived from the Greek myth of the "seven sisters", also known as the Pleiades.
  • SIPA PRESS - "A window on the world." Independent French agency founded in 1969 representing over 2000 photographers worldwide. Covers sport, celebrities, and editorial.
  • SPHERE - "Connecting the Conversation! Sphere connects your current articles to contextually relevant content from your archives as well as from blog posts, media articles, video, photos, and ads from across the web."
  • Sports Illustrated does vr for the 2016 Swimsuit Issue - engadget.
  • Still Want to Get the News on Facebook? Read All About It - The New York Times.
  • STORY PLANET - exchange, edit and publish intelligent stories.
  • Streisand effect - definition & explanation.
  • Stringer (journalism) - in journalism, a stringer is a freelance journalist or photographer who contributes reports or photos to a news organization on an ongoing basis but is paid individually for each piece of published or broadcast work.
  • SUNDAY MORNING NEWS (CBS, U.S.A.) - video segments, photo galleries, interviews.
  • Tabloid (format) - newspaper with compact page size smaller than broadsheet, although there is no standard for the precise dimensions of the tabloid newspaper format. The term tabloid journalism, along with the use of large pictures, tends to emphasize topics such as sensational crime stories, astrology, celebrity gossip and television.
  • The Best Magazine Articles Ever - from Kevin Kelly's blog: Cool Tools.
  • THE EARTH TIMES - online newspaper. Serving the planet with breaking news.
  • THE CENTER FOR PUBLIC INTEGRITY - "Investigative journalism from a nonprofit newsroom."
  • The Cost of Mobile Ads on 50 News Websites - The New York Times.
  • The Data journalism Handbook - Creative Commons.
  • THE FREE LIBRARY - FREE ONLINE LIBRARY (19,266,820 articles & books: March 21, 2010): news, magazines, newspapers, journals, reference articles and classic books.
  • The Great Interview Magazine Caper - The New York Times.
  • The grey lady - nickname for The New York Times.
  • THE HARRIS POLL - begun in 1963, The Harris Poll weekly column is one of the longest running; most respected proprietary surveys conducted by Harris Interactive measuring public opinion and is highly regarded throughout the world.
  • The heavy hand of China on Hong Kong's top newspaper - The Guardian.
  • The Kardashian index - "A measure of discrepant social media profile for scientists."
  • The Last Days of Time Inc. - The New York Times.
  • THE OPEN SOURCE NEWSPAPER - promoting open source software CMS as an alternative to proprietary entreprise software for professional newspaper web publishing.
  • THE PULITZER PRIZES - honoring excellence in journalism and the arts since 1917.
  • THE RAW STORY - founded in Boston in 2004. "Investigative news nexus that highlights underreported news and rejects the traditional media narratives of power and influence."
  • The staggering profits of science journals - The Guardian.
  • THINK PROGRESS - hard-hitting progressive political news site.
  • THOMSON REUTERS - the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.
  • THOUSANDS OF NEWSPAPERS ON THE NET
  • TORRENT FREAK - "TorrentFreak is a weblog dedicated to bringing the latest news about BitTorrent and everything that is closely related to this popular filesharing protocol. We are not a news aggregator, but focus on unique and fresh stories. TorrentFreak is where news and filesharing collide. We try to be the source of all the latest breaking news in the p2p world."
  • Twitter suspends over 70 million accounts in two months - "Twitter Inc suspended more than one million accounts a day in recent months to reduce the flow of misinformation on the platform."
  • TYPEPAD - blogging software, business blogs and blog services.
  • UPI | UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL - 100 years of journalistic excellence.
  • Vanity Fair's most awkward Hollywood issue covers - The Guardian.
  • WALTER CRONKITE - at the Internet Movie Database - "... And that's the way it is."
  • Watchdog journalism- informs the public about goings-on in institutions and society, especially in circumstances where a significant portion of the public would demand changes in response.
  • WatchDog Watcher - "exploring the changing landscape of global investigative journalism." We are in a pivotal moment for investigative journalism. It’s a moment ripe with opportunity, but it’s also one fraught with challenges and threats. In the West, the collapse of business models that have supported traditional media has led to fears about the demise of accountability journalism, especially in newspapers. Elsewhere, technology, democracy and globalization have opened up the media space, allowing exposure of wrongdoing that was not possible in the past.
  • Wattpad - since 2006. Writing community in which users are able to post articles, stories, fan fiction, and poems, either through the website or the mobile app. This gives people the chance to have their creative works available to a wider audience. The content includes work by undiscovered writers, published writers, new writers, with all users being given an equal chance to write popular works.
  • What Tatler missed in their guide to snobbery - ready meals, public transport & swearing.
  • Which Headlines Attract Most Readers? - The New York Times.
  • White House Correspondents' Dinner - (since 1920 - Wikipedia). Known as Washington, D.C.'s 'Oscar weekend'.
  • WIKILEAKS - "Courage is contagious." Publishes and comments on leaked documents alleging government and corporate misconduct.
  • Wikitribune - planned news website in which professional journalists research and report news stories alongside volunteers who curate articles by proofreading, fact-checking, suggesting changes and adding sources. Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, announced the site in April 2017.
  • William Randolph Hearst - (April 29, 1863 – August 14, 1951) was an American newspaper publisher who built the nation's largest newspaper chain and whose methods profoundly influenced American journalism.
  • Witch hunts, firing squads and addiction to news: the fascinating history of Fleet Street - The Telegraph.
  • Women in the World - since 2010. Media organization which organizes live journalism events. The annual Women in the World Summit is organized by Tina Brown Live Media.
  • World Media Awards - since 2016. Celebrate bold and creative strategies for engaging with international, influential audiences.
  • WORLD NEWS NETWORK - delivers breaking news from all over the world in 43 Languages.
  • WORLD NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
  • World Press Photo of the Year Awards - since 1955. Hosted by the Dutch foundation World Press Photo. The creator of the winning entry receives €10,000 along with "the most prestigious and coveted award in photojournalism."
  • WORLDPRESS - blog tool and publishing platform. WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.
  • YAHOO BUZZ - "What's buzzing? You tell us." Top news and more.
  • Yellow journalism - or the yellow press, is a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers. echniques may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. By extension, the term yellow journalism is used today as a pejorative to decry any journalism that treats news in an unprofessional or unethical fashion.
  • ZIMBIO - 1000s of online magazines.
  • Zine - abbreviation of fanzine or magazine) is most commonly a small circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images usually reproduced via photocopier.
  • Africa
  • The Times.
  • Algeria Angola Benin
    Cape Verde Islands Congo CÔte d'Ivoire
    Democratic Rep. of Congo Gambia Ghana
    Kenya Liberia Libya
    Malawi Mauritius Morocco
    Mozambique Niger Nigeria
    Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone
    Somalia South Africa Swaziland
    Tanzania Togo Tunesia
    Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe
      Somalia
    • SOMALIA REPORT - 24/7 exclusive ground-based news premier network based inside Somalia covering piracy, conflict and breaking news.
    Asia
  • Global Times.
  • Afghanistan Bangladesh Brunei Cambodia
    China Hong Kong India Indonesia
    Japan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Laos
    Macau Malaysia Maldives Myanmar (Burma)
    Nepal North Korea Pakistan Philippines
    Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka Taiwan
    Thailand Uzbekistan Vietnam
      North Korea
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN North Korea
    • Pyongyang Sinmun - since 1957. Newspaper founded on 1 June 1957 by Kim Il-sung.
    • Rodong Sinmun - since 1945. Newspaper that is the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea. It was first published on November 1, 1945.
    • The Pyongyang Times - since 1965. Weekly state owned English and French-language newspaper published in the North Korean capital, Pyongyang. It is the foreign language edition of the Pyongyang Sinmun.
    • Uriminzokkiri - since 2010. "Our Nation." News and propaganda from North Korea's central news agency.
      Singapore
    • Asia One - "Asia's Leading News Portal."
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Singapore
    • PRESTIGE - "Asia's leading luxurey lifestyle magazine."
    • THE Business TIMES - "Get the Latest Busines & Financial News." English-language newspaper published since 1 October 1976. In 1 January 1994, it became the first English-language newspaper in Asia to launch an online news service called Business Times Online.
    • THE STRAITS TIMES - since 1845. English-language daily broadsheet newspaper based in Singapore. It is the country's highest-selling paper.
      Thailand
    • BANGKOK POST - since 1946. Broadsheet English-language daily newspaper. It had four pages and cost 1 baht. It is Thailand's second oldest newspaper.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Thailand
    • PATTAYA DAILY NEWS
    • PHUKET GAZETTE - weekly English-language tabloid newspaper.
    • Thai Visa - since 2002. "World's largest website about Thailand."
    • THE NATION
    • The PHUKET News - weekly English language newspaper that covers news, events and happenings in Phuket and the Andaman region. It also contains an extensive section of Asian and international news.
    Australia & New Zealand
  • The Australian.
  • Australia New Zealand
    Caribbean
  • The Jamaica Star.
  • Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Bahamas
    Barbados Bermuda British Virgin Islands
    Cayman Islands Cuba Dominica
    Dominican Republic Grenada Guadeloupe
    Haiti Jamaica Martinique
    Montserrat Netherland Antilles Puerto Rico
    St. Kitts and Nevis St. Lucia St. Vincent & The Grenadines
    Trinidad and Tobago Turks and Caicos Islands US Virgin Islands
    Central America
  • The Times.
  • Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala
    Honduras Nicaragua Panama
      Panama
    • El Siglo
    • LA PRENSA - founded in 1980. Established by I. Roberto Eisenmann Jr. during a period military dictatorship, Prensa built an international reputation as an independent voice, and has been described as "Panama's leading opposition newspaper" and its newspaper of record.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN PANAMA
    • THE BULLETIN PANAMA
    Europe
    Albania Andorra Austria Basque Country
    Belarus Belgium Bosnia Herzegovina Bulgaria
    Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark (90)
    England, U.K. (175) Estonia Faroe Islands Finland
    France (120) Georgia Germany (80) Gibraltar
    Greece Greenland Guernsey, U.K. Hungary
    Iceland Italy (35) Jersey, U.K. Latvia
    Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia
    Malta Moldova Monaco (25) Montenegro
    Netherlands North. Ireland, U.K. Norway Poland
    Portugal Republic of Ireland Romania Russia
    San Marino Scotland, U.K. Serbia Slovakia
    Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland (35)
    Turkey Ukraine Vatican City Wales, U.K.
      Czech Republic
    • Project Syndicate.
    • CZECH POSITION - "Information for free people."
    • eXtra.CZ
    • IDNES.CZ
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Czech Republic
    • Project Syndicate - since 1995. "The World's Opinion Page. Project Syndicate provides readers with original, engaging, and thought-provoking commentaries by global leaders and thinkers. By offering incisive perspectives from those who are shaping the world's economics, politics, science, and culture, Project Syndicate has created an unrivaled global venue for informed public debate." The world’s largest opinion-focused syndicate, disseminating commentaries by experts, activists, Nobel laureates, statesmen, economists, political thinkers, business leaders, and academics to more than 500 member publications in more than 150 countries, amounting to a total circulation of nearly 70 million copies. Named one of the top five world news sites for 2012.
      England, U.K.: Blogs, Magazines, Newsletters & Newspapers: A-Z
    • The Sunday Times.
    • Land of Hope and Glory: behind the scenes of Country Life magazine - The Telegraph.
    • List of newspapers in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia.
    • List of newspapers in the United Kingdom by circulation - Wikipedia.
    • newspapers in England - Wikipedia.
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    • Aeon (digital magazine) - "Since September 2012, Aeon has been publishing some of the most profound and provocative thinking on the web. It asks the biggest questions and finds the freshest, most original answers, provided by world-leading authorities on science, philosophy and society."
    • Antiquity - since 1927. Academic journal dedicated to the subject of archaeology. It publishes four editions a year, covering topics worldwide from all periods.
    • Apollo - since 1925. "The International Art Magazine." Widely respected English-language monthly magazine covering visual arts of all periods, from antiquity to the present day.
    • ART REVIEW - since 1949. International contemporary art magazine based in London.
    • ASHARQ ALAWSAT - "The leading Arabic International Daily" (English). Founded 1978.
    • Athenaeum - literary magazine published in London, England from 1828 to 1921. It had a reputation for publishing the best writers of the age.
    • AUTOCAR - since 1895. Weekly British automobile magazine. "The World's oldest car magazine."
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • BANG SHOWBIZ
    • BBC HOMEPAGE
    • BBC NEWS
    • BBC NEWS - business.
    • BELFAST TELEGRAPH
    • BIOLOGY LETTERS - publishes short, highly-innovative, cutting-edge research articles and opinion pieces accessible to scientists from across the biological sciences.
    • Birmingham Journal - (1732-1741). The first newspaper known to have been published in Birmingham. Among its contributors was Samuel Johnson.
    • BMJ | BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL - since 1840. Weekly open-access peer-reviewed medical journal. It is one of the world's oldest general medical journals and has been described as among the most prestigious.
    • BRAIN - since 1878. Peer-reviewed scientific journal of neurology published by Oxford University Press.
    • British Archaeology Magazine - award-winning bi-monthly magazine is the authoritative, in-depth source of information and comment on what’s new, interesting and important in UK archaeology.
    • British Gazette - short-lived newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926.
    • BRITISH RECORD
    • BRITISH VOGUE
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    • Cambridge News - since 1888. Daily newspaper published each weekday and on Saturdays.
    • CLOSER - since 2005. Tabloid magazine. It mainly specialises in celebrity news and gossip, real life stories, fashion and television/entertainment.
    • COMPUTERWORLD
    • Continental & Overseas Daily Mail - two foreign editions of Daily Mail were begun in 1904 and 1905; the former titled the Overseas Daily Mail, covering the world, and the latter titled the Continental Daily Mail, covering Europe and North Africa.
    • Cornhill Magazine - (1860–1975). Was a Victorian magazine and literary journal.
    • Country Life - since 1897. "The Home of Premium Property". British weekly magazine. Much of its success has historically been built on its coverage of country houses, architecture and gardening. The first several dozen pages of each issue are devoted to colour advertisements for upmarket residential property, which are one of the best known attractions of the magazine, and popular with everyone from the super rich looking for a country house or estate to those who can only aspire to own such a property.
    • Coventry Telegraph - since 1891. Local tabloid newspaper.
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    • Daily Chronicle - newspaper that was published from 1872 to 1930 when it merged with the Daily News to become the News Chronicle.
    • DAILY EXPRESS - since 1900. Daily national middle market tabloid newspaper.
    • Daily Herald - daily newspaper, published in London from 1912 to 1964 (although it was weekly during the First World War). It underwent several changes of management before ceasing publication in 1964, when it was relaunched as The Sun, in its pre-Murdoch form.
    • DAILY Mail - since 1896. Daily middle-market tabloid newspaper.
    • DAILY MIRROR - "The intelligent tabloid." National daily tabloid newspaper founded in 1903.
    • DAILY Sketch - national tabloid newspaper, founded in Manchester in 1909. Ceased publication in 1971.
    • DAILY STAR
    • Dazed - (formerly Dazed & Confused) is a monthly British style magazine founded in 1991. It covers music, fashion, film, art, and literature.
    • DIGITAL SPY - since 1999. UK's largest independent entertainment website with news and features in entertainment areas such as showbiz, movies, music and television.
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    • E & T | ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE - knowledge network.
    • EMEL - the muslim lifestyle magazine.
    • Encounter - was a literary magazine, founded in 1953 by poet Stephen Spender and journalist Irving Kristol. The magazine ceased publication in 1991. Published in the United Kingdom, it was a largely Anglo-American intellectual and cultural journal, originally associated with the anti-Stalinist left. The magazine received covert funding from the Central Intelligence Agency, after the CIA and MI6 discussed the founding of an "Anglo-American left-of-centre publication" intended to counter the idea of cold war neutralism.
    • ES MAGAZINE - dedicated to London glamour, fashion and beauty. Published every Friday it is available free with the London Evening Standard.
    • Estates Gazette - since 1858. Weekly business magazine published for the UK commercial property market. "Building on over 150 years of experience, Estates Gazette continues to deliver market-leading intelligence tools that enable our customers to make faster, better informed decisions and to win more business in the real estate market."
    • Euromoney - since 1969. English-language monthly magazine focused on business and finance. Covers global banking, macroeconomics and capital markets, including debt and equity and features comment, profiles and interviews with chief executives and senior figures in finance.
    • European Journal of Human Genetics - since 1993. Monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group on behalf of the European Society of Human Genetics.
    • EVE - (2000-2008). Was an illustrated magazine for women published in London.
    • Evening Chronicle - since 1858. Daily, evening newspaper produced in Newcastle upon Tyne, covering Tyne and Wear, southern Northumberland and northern County Durham.
    • Evening News - (1881-1980). Evening newspaper published in London from 1881 to 1980, reappearing briefly in 1987. For a long time it maintained the largest daily sale of any evening newspaper in London.
    • EXPRESS - "Home of the Daily and Sunday Express."
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • FABULOUS MAGAZINE
    • FEMALE FIRST - celebrity gossip magazine.
    • FINANCIAL TIMES - founded in 1888. International business newspaper. Its primary rival is New York City-based The Wall Street Journal. specialises in UK and international business and financial news. Printed as a broadsheet on light salmon paper, the FT is the only paper in the UK providing full daily reports on the London Stock Exchange and world markets.
    • FOCUS MAGAZINE
    • FOUR FOUR TWO - the shamelessly passionate football site. Latest football news, blogs & forums.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • GRAMOPHONE MAGAZINE
    • GRAZIA - "Fashion, Beauty Tips, & Women's Style."
    • GQ MAGAZINE
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • Hansard - the traditional name of the transcripts of Parliamentary Debates in Britain and many Commonwealth countries. It is named after Thomas Curson Hansard (1776–1833), a London printer and publisher, who was the first official printer to the parliament at Westminster.
    • Harper’s Bazaar - since 1929.
    • HEAT MAGAZINE - latest celebrity gossip, news & celeb photos.
    • HELLO!
    • History Today - illustrated history magazine. Published monthly in London since January 1951, it aims to present serious and authoritative history to as wide a public as possible.
    • Horizon - "A Review of Literature and Art." Was an influential literary magazine published in London, UK, between 1940 and 1949. It was edited by Cyril Connolly, who made it into a platform for a wide range of distinguished and emerging writers.
    • Horse & Hound - since 1884. The oldest equestrian weekly magazine of the United Kingdom. The magazine contains horse industry news, reports from equestrian events, veterinary advice about caring for horses, and horses for sale. Fox hunting has always been an important topic for the magazine, as are the sports of eventing, dressage, show jumping, horse racing, showing, carriage driving and endurance riding.
    • HOUSE & GARDEN - focusses on interior design, entertaining, and gardening.
    • Hull Daily Mail - since 1985. It is the largest selling regional newspaper in Yorkshire.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • International Journal of Epidemiology - since 1972. Bimonthly peer-reviewed medical journal covering research in epidemiology.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • Journal of Archaeological Science - since 1974. Peer-reviewed academic journal that covers "the development and application of scientific techniques and methodologies to all areas of archaeology".
    • Journal of the National Cancer Institute - since 1940. Published twice per month by Oxford University Press.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • Kinematograph Weekly - popularly known as Kine Weekly, was a trade newspaper catering to the British film industry between 1889 and 1971.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • Lilliput - small-format monthly magazine of humour, short stories, photographs and the arts, founded in 1937.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN England: A-K
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN England: L-Z
    • LiveLeak - since 2006. "Redefining the Media." UK-based video sharing website that lets users post and share videos.
    • LLOYD'S LIST - the leading maritime & transport news portal.
    • London Chronicle - (1757-1823). Was an early family newspaper of Georgian London. It appeared three times a week and contained world and national news, and coverage of artistic, literary, and theatrical events in the capital.
    • London Daily News - (1987).
    • London EVENING STANDARD - founded in 1827. Free daily newspaper, published Monday to Friday in tabloid format in London. It is the dominant regional evening paper for London and the surrounding area, with coverage of national and international news and City of London finance. In October 2009, the paper ended a 180-year history of paid circulation and became a free newspaper, doubling its circulation as part of a change in its business plan.
    • LONDON FREE PRESS
    • LONDON mercury - was the name of several periodicals published in London from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
    • London Review of Books - since 1979. Journal of literary and intellectual essays. Published fortnightly, it has the largest circulation of any literary magazine in Europe and is considered the leading journal edited by a woman in the Western world.
    • LOOK - since 2007. Glossy high street fashion and celebrity weekly magazine for young women.
    • LOVE MAGAZINE - "Fashion & Fame." Celeb gossip, recipes, fashion, beauty and real life stories!
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    • Macmillan's Magazine - monthly magazine from 1859 to 1907. The magazine was a literary periodical that published fiction and non-fiction works from primarily British authors.
    • Management Today - "It aims to help managers and business leaders succeed today, and keep succeeding tomorrow."
    • Manchester Evening News
    • Manchester Daily Express - considered the best of the three similar newspaper offices built for Beaverbrook Associated Newspapers Ltd.
    • Manchester Guardian - founded in 1821 and renamed in 1959.
    • Manchester Observer - (1818-1821).
    • MARIE CLAIRE
    • MAXIM
    • MEDICAL NEWS TODAY
    • Melton Times
    • Middle East Eye | MEE - since 2014. Online news portal covering events in the Middle East and which has been cited by major media publications.
    • MIRROR ONLINE - "The intelligent tabloid."
    • MOJO - the music magazine.
    • MONEY NEWS
    • MONEY WEEK
    • MONOCLE MAGAZINE - since 2007. A 10-times-a-year printed magazine. The magazine provides a globalist perspective on international affairs, business, culture, design and fashion. Described as a "meeting between Foreign Policy and Vanity Fair" and as "a lifestyle magazine for young, stylish, business-oriented jetsetters who receive free subscriptions".
    • Morning Advertiser - since 1794. Twice monthly pub trade publication with a circulation of 26,774.
    • MORNING STAR
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • NATURE - since 1869. "International weekly journal of science." One of the world's most prestigious scientific journals, first published on 4 November 1869. It is the world's most cited interdisciplinary science journal.
    • Nature Communications - since 2010. Peer-reviewed open access scientific journal. It is multidisciplinary in scope, with coverage that includes all topics in physics, chemistry, Earth sciences, and biology.
    • Nature Geoscience - since 2008. Monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group.
    • Nature Materials - since 2002. Peer-reviewed scientific journal. Topics published in the journal are presented from the view of the impact that materials research has on other scientific disciplines such as (for example) physics, chemistry, and biology.
    • NEW SCIENTIST - founded in 1956. Weekly non-peer-reviewed English-language international science magazine covering recent developments in science and technology for a general audience. The magazine covers current developments, news, and commentary from the scientific community, including environmental issues such as climate change. It also prints speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical.
    • NEW STATESMAN - founded in 1913. British left-wing political and cultural magazine. The magazine is committed to "development, human rights and the environment, global issues the mainstream press often ignores".
    • News Chronicle - (1930-1960).
    • NEWS OF THE WORLD - (October 1, 1843 to July 10 2011). "The Best for News, Showbiz and Sport Exclusives." National red top newspaper published in the United Kingdom. It was at one time the biggest-selling English-language newspaper in the world, and at closure still had one of the highest English-language circulations.
    • NOW! - (1979-1981). News magazine founded by entrepreneur Sir James Goldsmith, partly as a vehicle for dissemination of his right-wing political opinions.
    • NOW MAGAZINE - since 1996. Weekly entertainment magazine.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • OK! MAGAZINE
    • Oxford Herald
    • Oxford Mail - since 1928. Daily tabloid newspaper in Oxford.
    • Oxford Review of Economic Policy - since 1985. Quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of economics. Each issue concentrates on a current theme in economic policy, with a balance between macro- and microeconomics, and comprises an assessment and a number of articles.
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    • Pall Mall Budget - was a weekly magazine published in London from 1868 until 1920.
    • PALL MALL GAZETTE - (1865-1923). Was an evening newspaper.
    • petticoat
    • Picture Post - was a photojournalistic magazine published in the United Kingdom from 1938 to 1957. It is considered a pioneering example of photojournalism and was an immediate success, selling 1,700,000 copies a week after only two months. It has been called the UK's equivalent of Life magazine.
    • Plain English magazine
    • PRIVATE EYE - since 1961. Fortnightly British satirical and current affairs magazine.
    • Public Advertiser - London newspaper in the 18th century.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • Q MAGAZINE - since 1986. Popular music magazine published monthly in the United Kingdom.
    • Quarterly Journal of Economics - since 1886. Peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Oxford University Press. It is the oldest professional journal of economics in the English language, and covers all aspects of the field—from the journal's traditional emphasis on microtheory, to both empirical and theoretical macroeconomics.
    • Queen - magazine was a British society publication established by Samuel Beeton in 1861. From 1970 the new publication became known as Harper's & Queen until the name Queen was dropped from the masthead. It is now known as Harper's Bazaar.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • RACING POST - since 1986. Daily horse racing, greyhound racing and sports betting newspaper, appearing in print form and online.
    • Radio Times - since 1923. Weekly television and radio programme listings magazine. The world's first broadcast listings magazine.
    • Rebel - since 2009. Bi-annual fashion and lifestyle magazine, focusing on creative industries including designers, art, film and music.
    • REUTERS - founded 1851. Global news agency headquartered in London, United Kingdom owned by Thomson Reuters.
    • Richmond & Twickenham Times
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    • Saturday Review - (1855-1938). The Saturday Review of politics, literature, science, and art was a London weekly newspaper.
    • Scientific Reports - since 2011. Online open access scientific journal published by the Nature Publishing Group, covering all areas of the natural sciences.
    • SETANTA SPORTS - sports news.
    • SHORTLIST MAGAZINE - for men with more than one thing on their minds.
    • SHOTS.NET - "Launched in 1990, it is the world’s leading commercials title, providing ideas and inspiration for creatives internationally as well as being the foremost source of information for the industry."
    • Shropshire Star - "Midlands News."
    • SKY NEWS - first for breaking news.
    • Spear's Magazine - since 2006. "Multi-award-winning wealth management and luxury lifestyle media brand whose flagship magazine has become a must-read for the ultra-high-net- worth (UHNW) community. It is also required reading for the affluent financial services community, including the bankers, lawyers and family offices who advise the wealthy."
    • Sporting Life - was a British newspaper published from 1859 until 1998, best known for its coverage of horse racing.
    • St. James's Chronicle - (1761-1866).
    • St James's Gazette - London evening newspaper published from 1880 to 1905.
    • Standpoint - since 2008. Monthly British cultural and political magazine.
    • Sunday Dispatch - (1801-1961).
    • Sunday Express - since 1918. Piblished by the Daily Express.
    • Sunday Graphic - (1915-1960).
    • SUNDAY MIRROR - since 1963.
    • Sunday Pictorial - (1915-1963).
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    • TATLER - primary focus is on social trends of the upper class. Parties and society events are also portrayed. It also reports on luxury fashions and high-jewellery.
    • The Adventurer - (1752-1754). Was a London 18th century bi-weekly newspaper. Contributors included John Hawkesworth and Samuel Johnson.
    • The Anglo-Saxon Review - quarterly miscellany edited by Lady Randolph Churchill, and published in London by John Lane. It was short lived, running from June 1899 to September 1901.
    • The Annual Register - since 1758. (Originally subtitled "A View of the History, Politicks and Literature of the Year ...") is a long-established reference work, written and published each year, which records and analyses the year’s major events, developments and trends throughout the world.
    • THE ART NEWSPAPER
    • The Athenian Mercury - or The Athenian Gazette, or The Question Project, or The Casuistical Mercury, was a periodical written by The Athenian Society and published in London twice weekly between 17 March 1690 (i.e. 1691 Gregorian calendar) and 14 June 1697.
    • THE BANKER - "Global Financial Intelligence Since 1926." Monthly international financial affairs publication owned by The Financial Times Ltd. and edited in London.
    • The Bookman - monthly magazine published in London from 1891 until 1934. It was a catalogue of the current publications that also contained reviews, advertising and illustrations.
    • The Burlington Magazine - since 1903. "The world's leading monthly publication devoted to the fine and decorative arts." Monthly academic journal that covers the fine and decorative arts. Established in 1903, it is the longest running art journal in the English language.
    • The Calvert Journal - since 2013. "A guide to the new east." Guide to the contemporary culture of the new east: the post-Soviet world, the Balkans and the former socialist states of central and eastern Europe.
    • The Catholic Times - founded in 1860. Weekly broadsheet newspaper for Roman Catholics in Great Britain and Ireland.
    • The Countryman - founded in 1927. In the 1950s it described itself as "A quarterly non-party review and miscellany of rural life and work for the English-speaking world". Today its website says: "Countryman focuses on the rural issues of today, and tomorrow, as well as including features on the people, places, history and wildlife that make the British countryside so special."
    • The Daily News - (1846-1930).
    • THE DAILY RECORD
    • The Daily Sport - (1991-2011). Was a tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom by Daily Sport Ltd., which specialised in celebrity news and softcore pornographic stories and images.
    • THE DAILY TELEGRAPH - since 1855. Daily morning broadsheet newspaper, published in London and distributed throughout the United Kingdom and internationally.
    • The Ecologist - environmental journal, then magazine, that was published from 1970 to 2009.
    • THE ECONOMIST - since 1843. English-language weekly news and international affairs. The Economist claims that it "is not a chronicle of economics". Rather, it aims "to take part in a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress". It takes an editorial stance of classical and economic liberalism which is supportive of free trade, globalisation, free immigration and socially liberal causes (such as supporting legal recognition for same-sex marriage). It targets highly educated readers and claims an audience containing many influential executives and policy-makers.
    • The English Review - was a literary magazine published in London from 1908 to 1937. At its peak, the journal published some of the leading writers of its day.
    • The Evening News - (1881-1980). Evening newspaper published in London from 1881 to 1980, reappearing briefly in 1987. For a long time it maintained the largest daily sale of any evening newspaper in London.
    • The Examiner - (1808–86). Weekly paper. It consistently published leading writers of the day, including Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats and William Hazlitt. For the first fifty years it was a leading intellectual journal expounding radical principles, but from 1865 it repeatedly changed hands and political allegiance, resulting in a rapid decline in readership and loss of purpose.
    • THE FACE - music, fashion and culture monthly magazine (1980-2004).
    • THE FIELD - the world's oldest country and field sports magazine, having been published continuously since 1853.
    • The Fortnightly Review - (1865-1954). One of the most prominent and influential magazines in nineteenth-century England.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine - founded in London, England, by Edward Cave in January 1731. It ran uninterrupted for almost 200 years, until 1922. It was the first to use the term magazine (from the French magazine, meaning "storehouse") for a periodical. Samuel Johnson's first regular employment as a writer was with The Gentleman's Magazine.
    • THE GENTLEWOMAN - biannual style magazine for a new decade. Featuring inspirational, international women.
    • THE Globe - (1803-1921). Newspaper that merged with the Pall Mall Gazette in 1921.
    • The Graphic - (1869-1932). Weekly illustrated newspaper.
    • The Guardian - founded in 1821. National daily newspaper.
    • THE Iconoclast - New English Review.
    • THE IDLER - illustrated monthly magazine published in Great Britain from 1892 to 1911.
    • THE IDLER - since 1993. British magazine devoted to its ethos of 'idling'. The publication's intention is to return dignity to the art of loafing, to make idling into something to aspire towards rather than reject.
    • The Illustrated London News - (1842-2003). The world's first illustrated weekly news magazine.
    • THE INDEPENDENT - since 1986. National morning newspaper.
    • The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology
    • The Jewish Chronicle - founded in 1841. The oldest continuously published Jewish newspaper in the world.
    • The Ladies' Mercury - was a periodical published for four weeks by The Athenian Society and its founder John Dunton. Its first issue was published in London on 27 February 1693. It was a spin-off of The Athenian Mercury, and the first periodical published and specifically designed just for women.
    • THE LADY - "For elegant women with elegant minds." Britain's longest-running weekly women's magazine. It has been in continuous publication since 1885 and is based in London. It is particularly notable for its classified advertisements for domestic service and child care; it also has extensive listings of holiday properties.
    • THE LANCET - founded in 1823. One of the world's best known, oldest, and most respected general medical journals.
    • The Liberal - founded in 1822/2004. The title claimed a lineage with The Liberal, a short-lived periodical founded in 1822 by the Romantic poets Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron and Leigh Hunt. The modern version was launched in July 2004 – 180 years after the original ceased publication – "to rehabilitate Romantic Liberalism and reinvigorate the public sphere".
    • The Listener - was a weekly magazine established by the BBC in January 1929 which ceased publication in 1991. The entire digitised archive was made available for purchase online to libraries, educational and research institutions in 2011.
    • The LONDON Gazette - one of the official journals of record of the British government, and the most important among such official journals in the United Kingdom, in which certain statutory notices are required to be published. The London Gazette claims to be the oldest surviving English newspaper and the oldest continuously published newspaper in the UK, having been first published on 7 November 1665 as The Oxford Gazette.
    • The London Magazine - founded in 1732. Historied publication of arts, literature and miscellaneous interests. Its history ranges nearly three centuries and several reincarnations, publishing the likes of William Wordsworth, William S. Burroughs and John Keats.
    • THE LONDON PAPER - (2006-2009). Stylised as thelondonpaper was a free daily newspaper.
    • The Mail on Sunday - since 1982. British conservative newspaper, published in a tabloid format. Its sister paper, the Daily Mail, was launched in 1896.
    • The Morning Chronicle - (1769-1862).
    • The Morning Post - was a conservative daily newspaper published in London from 1772 to 1937, when it was acquired by The Daily Telegraph.
    • THE OBSERVER - since 1791. Published on Sundays.
    • The Oldie - since 1992. Monthly magazine written for older people "as a light-hearted alternative to a press obsessed with youth and celebrity", according to their website.
    • THE OXFORD TIMES - since 1862. Weekly newspaper, published each Thursday in Oxford.
    • The Pall Mall Magazine - was a monthly British literary magazine published between 1893 and 1914.
    • The Public Domain Review - since 2011. Online magazine showcasing works which have entered the public domain.
    • The Rambler - (1750-1752). Was a periodical (strictly, a series of short papers) by Samuel Johnson.
    • THE Rebel Magazine - independent British art magazine established by artist Harry Pye in 1985. It features interviews, reviews with artists, and parodies of features from other publications.
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    • The Spectator (1711) - daily publication founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in England, lasting from 1711 to 1712.
    • The Spectator - "The oldest continuously published magazine in the English language." Weekly British conservative magazine, which was first published on 6 July 1828.
    • THE STAR - (1888-1960). London evening newspaper.
    • The Steeple Times - since 2011. "Wit and Wisdom in Equal Measure." News of the bold, the talented and the influential.
    • The Strand Magazine - (1891-1950). Composed of short fiction and general interest articles.
    • THE SUN - since 1964. Daily tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
    • THE SUNDAY TIMES - since 1821. Largest-selling British national "quality" Sunday newspaper.
    • THE TABLET - since 1840. "The International Catholic News Weekly."
    • THE TIMES - daily national newspaper published in the United Kingdom since 1785, when it was known as The Daily Universal Register. The paper is also the originator of the ubiquitous Times Roman typeface. The Times was printed in broadsheet format for 219 years, but switched to tabloid size in 2004.
    • THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT
    • The Week - since 1995. Weekly British news magazine which also publishes a US edition, and between 2008 and 2012 additionally published an Australian edition.
    • The World Today - since 1945. As well as covering major issues in international relations, the bi-monthly magazine contains book, film and museum reviews from around the world. The magazine is sent to decision-makers in nine of the 10 largest FTSE 100 companies by market capitalization and major embassies in London, as well as to key individuals in the British Parliament, Whitehall, the media, and the academic world.
    • The Yellow Book - (1894-1897). Was a quarterly literary periodical (priced at 5s.) that lent its name to the "Yellow Nineties".
    • Time & Tide - (1920-1986). British weekly political and literary review magazine founded by Margaret, Lady Rhondda.
    • Time Out - since 1968. Includes magazines, websites, apps, guidebooks and other commercial products, is a global publishing and ecommerce business aimed at helping people to make the most of their city. The magazine, apps and sites contain information on events in film, theatre, fashion, literature, other artistic events, eating out and nights out. As of 2014 there were 46 editions in 30 countries, with a combined audience of 28m people.
    • TIMES ONLINE
    • Truth - (1877-1957). Periodical publication founded by the diplomat and Liberal politician Henry Labouchère.
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    • WALLPAPER - the international lifestyle magazine.
    • W.E.N.N. | WORLD ENTERTAINMENT NEWS NETWORK
    • Western Daily Press - since 1858. Regional newspaper covering parts of South West England.
    • Western Morning News - daily regional newspaper founded in 1860, and covering Devon, Cornwall and parts of Somerset and Dorset.
    • WHAT HI FI MAGAZINE - the world's no. 1 home cinema, hifi and TV buying guide.
    • WEALTH BULLETIN
    • WHICH? - since 1957. Product-testing (formerly known as The Consumers' Association).
    • Whitehall Evening Post - (1718-1801). London newspaper.
    • Wide World Magazine - (1898-1965). British monthly illustrated publication. It described itself as "an illustrated magazine of true narrative" and each month purported to feature "true-life" adventure and travel stories gathered from around the world. Its motto was "Truth is stranger than fiction".
    • WOMAN'S OWN - since 1932. Lifestyle magazine aimed at women.
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    • YORKSHIRE POST
    • YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
      Finland
    • HELSINGIN SANOMAT - since 1889. Abbreviated HS and colloquially known as Hesari, is the largest subscription newspaper in Finland and the Nordic countries.
    • Helsinki Times - since 2007. Weekly newspaper in Finland which provided news about Finland and the world for English-speaking readers resident in the country.
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    • Nuntii Latini - news service based in Finland that broadcasts news in Latin. It has been broadcast since September 1989 by the Finnish national broadcaster YLE.
      France
    • Charlie Hebdo.
    • 20MINUTES.FR - since 2002. Free, daily newspaper aimed at commuters in France.
    • Actuel - (1967-1994).
    • Cahiers de la Quinzaine - (1900-1914).
    • Capital - since 1991. Monthly economics & business magazine published in Paris.
    • Charlie Hebdo - since 1969/1992. Satirical weekly newspaper, featuring cartoons, reports, polemics and jokes.
    • CITIZEN K - fashion & lifestyle magazine.
    • CLOSER - since 2005. Tabloid magazine. It mainly specialises in celebrity news and gossip, real life stories, fashion and television/entertainment.
    • Combat - (1941-1974). Newspaper created during the Second World War.
    • ComŒdia - (1907-1944). Journal culturel de presse écrite français aujourd'hui disparu.
    • Europe - "Revue litteraire mensuelle." Literary magazine founded in 1923.
    • Excelsior - quotidien illustré français lancé le 16 novembre 1910 et arrêté en juin 1940.
    • Femina - women's magazine published from 1901 to 1954.
    • FRANCE 24 - since 2006.
    • Gala - since 1993. weekly celebrity and women's magazine. The magazine also has international editions.
    • Gazette de Leyde - (1677-1811).
    • Gazette des Beaux-Arts - (1859-2002). Art review. The Gazette was a world reference work on art history for nearly 100 years.
    • Gazette Musicale - (1835-1880).
    • Gil Blas - (1879-1938). Was a Parisian literary periodical.
    • Globe Magazine - (1985-1992).
    • Herald de Paris - since 1884. Worldwide news, information, and entertainment resource, featuring honest news, and without corporate or political bias.
    • Historia - since 1909. "Le passé éclaire le présent."
    • Ici Paris - since 1941. Weekly magazine.
    • Journal des dÉbats - newspaper, published between 1789 and 1944 that changed title several times.
    • Journal encyclopÉdique - (1756-1793).
    • Journal officiel de la RÉpublique franÇaise - since 1868. The official gazette of the French Republic. It publishes the major legal official information from the national Government of France.
    • KÉpi Blanc - since 1941. The official publication of the French Foreign Legion.
    • La Croix - since 1880. General-interest Roman Catholic newspaper.
    • L'Ami du peuple - newspaper written by Jean-Paul Marat during the French Revolution.
    • L'Assiette au Beurre - (literally The Butter Plate, and roughly translating to the English expression pork barrel) was an illustrated French weekly satirical magazine with anarchist political leanings that was chiefly produced between 1901 and 1912. It was revived as a monthly for a time and ceased production in 1936.
    • L'Aube - (1932-1951). Daily newspaper. It presented a Christian Democratic viewpoint.
    • L'Aurore - literary, liberal, and socialist newspaper published in Paris, France, from 1897 to 1916. Its most famous headline was Émile Zola’s "J'Accuse", leading into his article on the Dreyfus Affair.
    • L'Aurore - newspaper first sold on 11 September 1944, soon after the Liberation of Paris. Its name refers to the previous, unrelated publication, L'Aurore (1897–1914). Publication ended in 1985.
    • L'Écho de Paris - daily newspaper in Paris from 1884 to 1944.
    • L'EQUIPE - since 1946. Nationwide daily newspaper devoted to sports.
    • L'Ermitage - (1890-1907). Literary magazine.
    • L'Esprit nouveau - (1920-1925). Revue consacrée à l'esthétisme contemporain dans toutes ses manifestations architecture, peinture, littérature, fondée par Le Corbusier et Amédée Ozenfant en 1920.
    • L'EXPRESS - weekly news magazine. When founded in 1953 during the First Indochina War, it was modelled on the US magazine TIME.
    • L'HumanitÉ - since 1904. Formerly the daily newspaper linked to the French Communist Party (PCF). The paper is now independent, although it maintains close links to the PCF.
    • L'Intransigeant - (1880-1940). Newspaper initially representing the left-wing opposition, it developed towards the right during the Boulanger affair (Rochefort supported Boulanger) & became a major right-wing newspaper by the 1920s.
    • L'Officiel - fashion magazine, the complete name of the magazine is "L'Officiel de la couture et de la mode de Paris". It has been published in Paris since 1921 and targets upper-income, educated women aged 25 to 49.
    • L'Œil - mahazine created in 1955 to celebrate and reflect contemporary art creation.
    • L'Œuvre - (1904-1946).
    • L'Univers - nineteenth-century Roman Catholic daily newspaper that took a strongly ultramontane position.
    • L'Univers illustrÉ - weekly periodical published in Paris between 1858 & 1900.
    • La Chronique des arts et de la curiositÉ - (1861-1922).
    • La DÉpÊche du Midi - since 1870. Regional daily newspaper published in Toulouse.
    • La Gazette - (1631-1915). Originally Gazette de France, was the first weekly magazine published in France.
    • La Libre Parole - (1892-1924). Antisemitic political newspaper.
    • La Marseillaise - (1869–70). Was a weekly newspaper.
    • La Presse - (1836-1928).
    • La Provence - since 1997. Daily newspaper published in Marseille.
    • La Renaissance Latine - (1902-1905). Revue mensuelle, littéraire, artistique et politique.
    • La renaissance politique, littÉraire et artistique - (1913-1931). Journal hebdomadaire.
    • La RÉvolution surrÉaliste - was a publication by the Surrealists in Paris. Twelve issues were published between 1924 and 1929.
    • La Revue Blanche - was an art and literary magazine run between 1889 and 1903. Some of the greatest writers and artists of the time were its collaborators.
    • La Revue bleue - (1863-1939).
    • La Revue hebdomadaire - (1892-1939). Was a literary magazine.
    • La Vie Parisienne - (1863-1970). Hugely successful because it combined a new mix of subjects - short stories, veiled gossip and fashion banter, also comments about subjects from love and the arts to the stock exchange - with beautiful cartoons and full-page color illustrations by leading artists of the age. Alongside this the magazine also reflected the changing interests and values of the start of the 20th century population such as fashion and frivolity.
    • La Voix du Nord - since 1941. Regional daily newspaper from the north-east of France.
    • Le Banquet - une revue parue entre mars 1892 et mars 1893, crée par Daniel Halévy, Marcel Proust, Jacques Bizet, Fernand Gregh, Robert Dreyfus, Horace Finaly et Louis de la Salle, tous anciens du lycée Condorcet.
    • LE CANARD ENCHAINÉ - since 1915. Satirical newspaper published weekly in France. Founded in 1915, it features investigative journalism and leaks from sources inside the French government, the French political world and the French business world, as well as many jokes and humorous cartoons.
    • LE CANARD LIBÉRÉ - since 2007.
    • Le Chasseur franÇais - since 1885.
    • Le Conservateur - journal politique fondé en 1818.
    • Le Constitutionnel - (1815-1914). Political & literary newspaper, founded in Paris during the Hundred Days by Joseph Fouché.
    • Le DauphinÉ LibÉrÉ - since 1945. Provincial daily newspaper known for its emphasis on local news and events. The paper is published in Grenoble.
    • LE FIGARO - daily newspaper founded in 1826 and published in Paris. It has been generally well respected in post-World War II France. Its editorial line is conservative.
    • Le Gaulois - daily newspaper, founded in 1868. The paper was taken over by Le Figaro in 1929.
    • Le Globe - newspaper, published in Paris by the Bureau du Globe between 1824 and 1832, and created with the goal of publishing Romantic creations.
    • Le Journal - was a Paris daily newspaper published from 1892 to 1944 in a small, four-page format.
    • LE JOURNAL DU DIMANCHE - since 1948. Weekly newspaper published on Sundays.
    • Le Matin - daily newspaper first published in 1884 and discontinued in 1944.
    • Le Miroir - hebdomadaire illustré français lancé en 1910 comme supplément du Petit Parisien, puis comme périodique autonome à partir de janvier 1912 et contenant essentiellement de la photographie d'actualité. Il devient Le Miroir des sports en juillet 1920.
    • Le Moniteur Universel - (1789-1868). It was the main newspaper during the French Revolution and was for a long time the official journal of the French government and at times a propaganda publication, especially under the Napoleonic regime.
    • LE MONDE - founded in 1944. In contrast to other world newspapers such as The New York Times, Le Monde was traditionally focused on offering analysis and opinion, as opposed to being a newspaper of record. Often the only French newspaper easily obtainable in non-French-speaking countries.
    • Le Moniteur - since 1903.
    • Le Moniteur Universel - (1789-1901). It was the main newspaper during the French Revolution and was for a long time the official journal of the French government and at times a propaganda publication, especially under the Napoleonic regime.
    • LE MOT - (1914-1915).
    • LE NOUVEL OBSERVATEUR - since 1964. Weekly newsmagazine. Based in Paris, it is the most prominent French general information magazine in terms of audience and circulation.
    • LE PARISIEN - since 1944. Daily newspaper covering both international and national news, and local news of Paris and its suburbs.
    • Le Patriote franÇais - (1789-1993).
    • Le Petit Journal - was a conservative daily Parisian newspaper published from 1863 to 1944.
    • Le Petit Parisien - was a prominent newspaper during the French Third Republic. It was published between 1876 and 1944, and its circulation was over 2 million after the First World War.
    • LE POINT - since 1972. Weekly political & news magazine.
    • Le SiÈcle - (1836-1932).
    • LE TÉmoin - périodique satirique illustré français fondé et dirigé par Paul Iribe de 1906 à 1910, puis de 1933 à 1935.
    • Le Temps - was one of Paris's most important daily newspapers from 25 April 1861 to 30 November 1942. It was the serious paper of record.
    • Les arts de la vie - (1904-1905).
    • Les Cahiers Verts - (1926-1961).
    • Les Échos - since 1908. First daily financial newspaper edited in Paris and became a daily newspaper in 1928.
    • Les Feuilles libres - (1918-1928). Lettres et arts.
    • Les Inrockuptible - since 1986. Weekly cultural magazine.
    • Les Œuvres Libres - (1921-1922). Littéraire mensuel.
    • LIBÉRATION - daily newspaper founded in Paris by Jean-Paul Sartre and Serge July in 1973 in the wake of the protest movements of May 1968. Originally an extreme left newspaper, it has undergone a number of shifts during the 1980s and 1990s to take the social democrat position. In 2007, it had a circulation of about 140,000 and was the first French daily to have a website.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN France
    • Logographe - journal national rédigé par des membres de la Société logographique.
    • LUI Magazine - adult entertainment magazine created in November 1963 by Daniel Filipacchi, a fashion photographer turned publisher, Jacques Lanzmann, a jack of all trades turned novelist, and Frank Ténot, a press agent, pataphysician and jazz critic.
    • MARIE CLAIRE - international monthly magazine for women. First published in France in 1937, various editions are published in many countries and languages.
    • Maxifoot - since 1998. Un des principaux sites sportifs sur Internet. On y retrouve toute l'actualité du football français et international: brèves, articles d'actualité, résultats, interviews, chroniques.
    • MEDIAPART - "Independent French News in English."
    • Mercure de France - since 1672. Was originally a French gazette and literary magazine first published in the 17th century, but after several incarnations has evolved as a publisher, and is now part of the Éditions Gallimard publishing group.
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    • NICE MATIN - since 1944. Regional daily newspaper. The paper covers Nice and the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, in south-eastern France.
    • Nos loisirs - (1906-1940). Magazine culturel français, le supplément dominical illustré publié à Paris par Le Petit Parisien.
    • Nouvelle Revue FranÇaise - (NRF, or The New French Review in English) is a literary magazine based in France. The magazine was founded in 1909 by a group of intellectuals including André Gide, Jacques Copeau, and Jean Schlumberger. In 1911, Gaston Gallimard became editor of the revue, which led to the founding of the publishing house, Éditions Gallimard. During World War I its publication stopped. The magazine was relaunched in 1919. Established writers such as Paul Bourget and Anatole France contributed to the magazine from its early days. The magazine's influence grew until, during the interwar period, it became the leading literary journal, occupying a unique role in French culture. The first published works by André Malraux and Jean-Paul Sartre were in the pages of the Revue.
    • Ouest-France - since 1944. Provincial daily French newspaper known for its emphasis on local news and events. The paper is produced in 47 different editions covering events in different French départments within the régions of Brittany, Lower Normandy and Pays de la Loire.
    • PARIS MATCH - since 1949. Weekly news magazine. It covers major national and international news along with celebrity lifestyle features.
    • Paris-Presse - (1944-1970).
    • Philosophie Magazine - since 2006.
    • PHOTO - published 10 times a year.
    • PLAYBOY - since 1973.
    • POINT DE VUE - since 1945. Specialized in the lives of royals.
    • PURPLE MAGAZINE - French fashion, art and culture magazine founded in 1992.
    • Revue de France - (avec ou sans l'article) est le titre de plusieurs publications périodiques littéraires françaises : apparu en 1836, il connut plusieurs formules, n'ayant parfois aucun lien entre elles.
    • Revue de Paris - (1829-1970). Literary magazine.
    • Revue des deux Mondes - monthly literary & cultural affairs magazine that has been published in Paris since 1829.
    • Revue encyclopÉdique - (1819-1899).
    • Revue politique et littÉraire - (1863-1939).
    • Riviera Buzz - "Lifestyle the French Riviera way." An online lifestyle magazine for the French Riviera.
    • RUE 89 - since 2007. News website started by former journalists from the newspaper Libération.
    • The Connexion - "France's English-language newspaper."
    • THE FRENCH TIMES - full of news, info, topics and features relative to British Expatriates and lovers of France and French Life.
    • The Local - "France's news in English."
    • The Paris Review - quarterly English language literary magazine established in Paris in 1953 by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiessen, and George Plimpton. The headquarters moved from Paris to New York City in 1973.
    • THE RIVIERA REPORTER - since 1987. "The French Riviera's Englished language news magazine."
    • The Riviera Times Online - "The English language newspaper for the French - Italian Riviera and the Principality of Monaco."
    • Transition - (1927-1938). Was an experimental literary journal that featured surrealist, expressionist, and Dada art and artists.
    • Voici - since 1987. Weekly celebrity & women's magazine.
    • VOGUE - first issued on 15 June 1920.
    • VSD - weekly news, celebrity and leisure magazine.
      Greenland
    • Atuagagdliutit/GrØnlandsposten | AG - one of two newspapers in Greenland which are distributed nationwide. The newspaper is published twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    • Greenland today - since 2007. "Greenland today want to show the world Greenland and Greenlandic products."
    • Sermitsiaq - one of two national newspapers in Greenland. It is named after the mountain Sermitsiaq.
      Italy
    • Avanti! - since 1896.
    • CHI - since 1995.
    • CORRIERE DELLA SERA - since 1878. Daily newspaper published in Milan.
    • Daily American - English language daily newspaper published in Rome, Italy which operated from 1946 to 1984.
    • Famiglia Cristiana - since 1931.
    • Florence Daily News
    • GENTE - since 1957. Popular and long-running Italian weekly current affairs[2] and celebrity gossip magazine.
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    • Giornale di Sicilia - since 1860. Daily national newspaper for the island of Sicily. It is based in Palermo, and is also the best-selling newspaper in Sicily.
    • GRAZIA - since 1938. Weekly women's magazine.
    • Il Fatto Quotidiano - since 2009. Daily newspaper.
    • Il Foglio - since 1996. Centre-right daily newspaper.
    • IL GIORNALE - since 1974. Daily newspaper published in Milan.
    • Il Giorno - since 1956. Daily newspaper, based in Milan; it has numerous local editions in Lombardy.
    • IL MESSAGGERO - since 1878. National newspaper and the most popular daily newspaper in Rome and central Italy; It provides different local editions for the regions of Lazio, Umbria, Marche, Abruzzo and Tuscany.
    • IL MONDO - (1949-2014). Weekly political, cultural and economic magazine.
    • Il Popolo d'Italia - (1914-1943). Italian newspaper founded by Benito Mussolini on November 15, 1914, as a result of his split with the Italian Socialist Party.
    • IL SOLE 24 ORE - since 1965. Italian national daily business newspaper owned by Confindustria, the Italian employers' federation. English version.
    • L'ESPRESSO - since 1955. Weekly news magazine.
    • L'Europeo - (1945-1995). Prominent Italian weekly news magazine.
    • L'UnitÀ - (1924-2014). Italian left-wing newspaper, originally founded as official newspaper of the Italian Communist Party, and since then supportive of its subsequent successor parties, the Democratic Party of the Left, Democrats of the Left and from October 2007 until its closure the Democratic Party. The newspaper closed on 31 July 2014.
    • La Domenica del Corriere - weekly newspaper which ran from 1899 to 1989.
    • LA GAZZETTA DELLO SPORT - since 1896. Italian newspaper dedicated to coverage of various sports. English edition.
    • La Nazione - one of the oldest regional newspapers in Italy being established on 8 July 1859. The paper is based in Florence.
    • LA REPUBBLICA - since 1976. Daily general-interest newspaper.
    • LA STAMPA - since 1867. Daily newspaper published in Turin. It is distributed in Italy and other European nations. The publication is owned by Fiat SpA.
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    • Momento-sera
    • OGGI - since 1939. Weekly news magazine published in Milan, and is one of the oldest magazines in the country.
    • Panorama - since 1939. Weekly Italian-language news magazine published in Italy and based in Milan.
    • Rome Daily American - English language daily newspaper published in Rome, Italy which operated from 1946 to 1984.
    • Rome Reports - TV News Agency.
    • The Local - "Italy's News in English." Daily news is the glue of our society, defining the issues we care about and how we respond to them as a community.
    • Tuttosport - since 1945. Sport newspaper published in Turin.
    • Vanity Fair - since 1993.
    • VOGUE ITALIA MAGAZINE - English online edition.
      Netherlands
    • Algemeen Dagblad - since 1946. Tabloid based in Rotterdam.
    • DE TELEGRAAF - since 1893. Largest Dutch daily morning newspaper.
    • de Volkskrant - since 1919.
    • DUTCH DAILY NEWS - coverage from the Netherlands in English.
    • ELSEVIER - "World’s leading publisher of science and health information, Elsevier serves more than 30 million scientists, students and health and information professionals worldwide. We publish around 2,000 journals and close to 20,000 books and major reference works."
    • Het Nieuwsblad
    • JOOST
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN The Netherlands
    • NL Times - "Netherlands news in English." More news stories daily than any other English news source about the Netherlands.
      Poland
    • Fakt - since 2003. Tabloid-style daily newspaper and the biggest-selling paper in the country.
    • Gazeta Wyborcza - since 1989. It covers the gamut of political, international and general news from a liberal perspective.
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    • PrzeglĄd Sportowy - since 1921. The oldest and largest Polish sports daily.
      Russia
    • ENGLISH RUSSIA - daily entertaiment blog devoted to the events happening in Russian speaking countries.
    • gazeta.ru - online newspaper covering politics and business.
    • INTERFAX - non-governmental news agency based in Moscow.
    • IZVESTIA - long-running high-circulation daily broadsheet newspaper in Russia. It was a newspaper of record in the Soviet Union from 1917 until the dissolution of the USSR in 1991.
    • KOMMERSANT - since 1909. Nationally distributed daily newspaper published in Russia mostly devoted to politics and business. It is a leading liberal business broadsheet.
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    • LIFE
    • Life News - since 2009. Russian news website and 24-hour television channel.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Russia
    • MOSCOW NEWS
    • Novaya Gazeta - since 1993. Nnewspaper well known in its country for its critical and investigative coverage of Russian political and social affairs. English version.
    • Novaja Vremja
    • Novoye Vremya - Russian newspaper published in St. Petersburg from 1868 to 1917.
    • PLAYBOY
    • PRAVDA - political newspaper associated with the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. The newspaper began publication in 1912 and emerged as a leading newspaper of the Soviet Union after the October Revolution. The newspaper was an organ of the Central Committee of the CPSU between 1912 and 1991.
    • RBK daily - general business newspaper published in Moscow.
    • RUSSIA TODAY - since 2005.
    • RUSSIAN NEWSPAPERS
    • Sobesednik - weekly magazine.
    • THE MOSCOW TIMES
    • THE NEW TIMES - since 1943. Liberal, independent Russian weekly news magazine. The magazine contains articles on politics, economics, social life and journalist investigations. Additionally, a number of columnists provide the readers with their opinions regarding recent news and events.
    • THE Siberian TIMES - "All about Siberia, in English."
    • THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
    • THE VOICE OF RUSSIA
      Scotland, U.K.
    • Carrick HERALD
    • DAILY RECORD
    • HERALD Scotland - Scottish broadsheet newspaper founded in 1783. It is said to be the longest running national newspaper in the world and the eighth oldest daily paper in the world.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Scotland
    • SCOTSMAN.COM - provides news, events and sport features from the Edinburgh area.
    • Scottish Financial News - "The leading independent financial portal for Scotland’s financial sector."
    • THE HERALD
    • The National - daily newspaper owned by Newsquest that began publication on 24 November 2014, and the first daily newspaper in Scotland to support Scottish independence.
    • The Press and Journal - since 1748. Daily regional newspaper serving northern and highland Scotland including the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness. It is Scotland's oldest daily newspaper and one of the oldest surviving newspaper in the world.
    • THE SCOTTISH SUN
    Middle East
  • The Jerusalem Post.
  • Abu Dhabi Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain
    Dubai Egypt Iran Iraq
    Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon
    Oman Palestine Qatar Saudi Arabia
    Syria United Arab Emirates Yemen
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    • THE NATIONAL - since 2008. Government-owned English-language daily newspaper.
      Dubai
    • 7DAYS
    • AL ARABIYA - launched: March 3, 2003. Arabic-language television news channel. Based in Dubai Media City, United Arab Emirates. A free-to-air channel, Al Arabiya, (Arabic: "The Arabic One"), carries news, current affairs, business and financial markets, sports, talk shows, and documentaries. It is rated among the top pan-Arab stations by Middle East audiences. Al Arabiya says it tries to use neutral, non-supportive language when covering Islamist militant groups.
    • ARABIAN BUSINESS - since 2001. Weekly business magazine. The magazine is aimed at the English- and Arabic-speaking communities and is published in both languages.
    • EMIRATES 24|7
    • Friday - since 1997. Part of the Gulf News weekend package.
    • Gulf Connoisseur - bi-monthly magazine from the UAE that epitomizes luxury, is one of the Gulf’s premier lifestyle magazines for the affluent.
    • GULF NEWS - since 1979. English language newspaper.
    • KHALEEJ TIMES
    • THE GULF TODAY
    • TIMEOUT DUBAI
    • WHAT'S ON U.A.E.
      Israel
    • HAARETZ - "Israel's Leading Daily Newspaper." Israel's oldest daily newspaper. It was founded in 1919 and is now published in both Hebrew and English.
    • Israel HaYom - since 2007. Israeli national Hebrew-language free daily tabloid newspaper first published on July 30, 2007 and currently published in tabloid format. The name is a variation of the popular USA Today. It has the largest daily circulation in Israel.
    • ISRAEL INSIDER
    • ISRAEL NEWS
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Israel
    • Ma'ariv - since 1948. Mainstream Hebrew-language daily newspaper published in Israel.
    • THE JERUSALEM POST - "Israel's best-selling English daily."
    • THE JERUSALEM REPORT
    • THE POVERTY WORLD TIMES
    • The Times of Israel - since 2012. Online newspaper published in English, Arabic, French, Chinese, and Persian which covers "developments in Israel, the Middle East and around the Jewish world".
    • Yedioth Ahronoth - since 1939. Daily newspaper published in Tel Aviv, Israel. Since the 1930s, it has been the most widely circulated paper in Israel.
    • YNETNEWS - "Israel at Your Fingertips."
      Lebanon
    • As-Safir - since 1974. Meaning The Ambassador, is a leading Arabic-language daily newspaper in Lebanon.
    • LEBANON WIRE - since 1999. English news portal headquartered in Beirut, Lebanon. It provides news about Lebanon, the Middle East and other parts of the world.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Lebanon
    • Naharnet - one of the first Lebanese online media after An Nahar newspaper was online in September 1995. It was launched in September 2000. At its initial phase it was a portal and virtual community for Lebanese and Arabs everywhere. Naharnet currently focuses on providing real-time political news and information about Lebanon and the Middle East, in English and Arabic.
      Qatar
    • AL JAZEERA - first air date: November 1, 1996. Headquartered in Doha, Qatar. Initially launched as an Arabic news and current affairs satellite TV channel with the same name, Al Jazeera, (Arabic: "The Island"), has since expanded into a network with several outlets, including the Internet and specialty TV channels in multiple languages. The station gained worldwide attention following the September 11, 2001 attacks, when it was the only channel to cover the war in Afghanistan live from its office there.
    • Doha News - "Breaking News and Latest Updates from Qatar."
    • Gulf Times - "Qatar's top-selling English daily newspaper."
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Qatar
    • THE PENINSULAR - "Local focus. Global vision."
      Syria
    • Al-Ba'ath - since 1948. Arabic language newspaper published by the Ba'ath Party in Syria and other Arab countries including Lebanon and Palestine.
    • Al-Watan - since 2006. Syrian Arabic language daily newspaper.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Syria
    North America
    Canada Mexico U. S. A.
      U. S. A.: Blogs, Magazines, Newsletters & Newspapers: A-Z
    • The New York Times.
    • 41 Elections - The New York Times front pages through the decades.
    • List of defunct newspapers of the United States - Wikipedia.
    • List of newspapers in the United States by circulation - Wikipedia.
    • TOP 25 U.S. NEWSPAPERS - The Huffington Post.
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    • 24/7 WALL ST. - insightful analysis and commentary for US and global equity investors.
    • 38 North - "Informed Analysis of North Korea." Website devoted to analysis of North Korea. While it strives to break new ground, the site’s main objective is to bring the best possible analysis to both seasoned North Korea watchers and general audiences alike.
    • 60 MINUTES - video, reports, profiles, interviews.
    • AARP - "Feel Great. Save Money, Have Fun." World's largest-circulation magazine, with more than 47 million readers. Helps people 50+ live their most fulfilling lives.
    • ABC | American Broadcasting Company - founded 1943. Commercial broadcasting television network. Sometimes referred to as the "Alphabet Network."
    • ACCESS HOLLYWOOD - celebrity news, photos & videos.
    • ACTION NEWS JACKSONVILLE
    • ADDICTION PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINE - tools for clinical excellence.
    • ADVENTURE WORLD
    • ADVERTISING AGE - magazine, delivering news, analysis and data on marketing and media. The magazine was started as a broadsheet newspaper in Chicago in 1930. Today, its content appears in a print weekly distributed around the world and on many electronic platforms.
    • AIN'T IT COOL NEWS
    • Air & Space/Smithsonian - since 1986. Bimonthly magazine put out by the National Air and Space Museum. Articles in the magazine involve topics related to aviation, space travel, and space-related physics.
    • Alaska Dispatch News - since 2008. Online-only news outlet focusing on statewide coverage of the U.S. state of Alaska, and on circumpolar affairs and policy.
    • Algemeiner Journal - since 1972. New York-based newspaper, covering American and international Jewish and Israel-related news. CNBC called it “the fastest growing Jewish newspaper in the United States".
    • ALLIE IS WIRED!
    • ALLURE - the beauty expert.
    • ALTERNET
    • AME INFO
    • America - since 1909. "The National Catholic Review." National weekly magazine published by the Jesuits of the United States. It contains news and opinion about Roman Catholicism, and how it relates to American politics and cultural life.
    • American Heritage - (1947-2013). Was a magazine dedicated to covering the history of the United States of America for a mainstream readership.
    • American Humorist - published by Ambrose Bierce in the 19th century.
    • AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    • AMERICAN RIFLEMAN - an official journal of the NRA.
    • AMERICAN THINKER
    • AMERICAN WAY - since 1966. Free, inflight magazine available across the entire American Airlines fleet and Admirals Clubs premium lounges.
    • Amsterdam News - since 1909. Weekly newspaper geared to the African-American community of New York City, New York. It is one of the oldest African-American newspapers in the United States.
    • ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS
    • Andover Review - (1884-1893).
    • ANNALS OF IMPROBABLE RESEARCH - since 1994. "The magazine about research that makes people LAUGH and then THINK." Six new issues every year.
    • ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    • ANTIWAR.COM
    • Applied and Environmental Microbiology | AEM - since 1953. Biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the American Society for Microbiology.
    • ARCHAEOLOGY - since 1948. "ARCHAEOLOGY bimonthly magazine offers compelling narratives about the human past from every corner of the globe. Edited for a general audience, our news, features, and photo essays employ in-depth reporting, cogent analysis, and vivid storytelling to provide an accurate and often surprisingly intimate look at the record of human existence." Supported by its website archaeology.org.
    • ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST - "Your Home on the Web: The International Magazine of Design."
    • Argosy - later titled The Argosy and Argosy All-Story Weekly, was an American pulp magazine from 1882 through 1978. It is the first American pulp magazine. The magazine began as a children's weekly story–paper entitled The Golden Argosy.
    • ARIZONA Daily Star - since 1879.
    • ARIZONA REPUBLIC
    • Around Hawaii - Oceanic Time Warner's Community Website for Local News, Entertainment, Hawaii Sports, Island Lifestyle, Business and Community topics from local island sources.
    • ASKMEN.COM - men's online magazine. "Helping. Educating. Entertaining."
    • Aspen Daily News - 14,500-circulation, 7-day-a-week newspaper in the ski resort of Aspen, Colorado that started in 1978.
    • Aspen Times - since 1881.
    • ASSOCIATED PRESS
    • ATLANTIC WIRE - "What Everybody's Thinking." Your one-stop portal for opinion news. While other sites aggregate headlines, the Wire focuses on the columnists and commentators leading the national dialogue.
    • Austin American-Statesman - since 1871. Major daily newspaper for Austin, the capital city of Texas.
    • A.V. CLUB - an entertainment newspaper and website published by The Onion The A.V. Club is non-satirical, though it generally maintains a humorous, snarky tone.
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    • Baltimore News-American - (1773-1986). Baltimore, Maryland broadsheet newspaper with a continuous lineage (in various forms) of more than two hundred years of Baltimore newspapers.
    • BARRON'S - American weekly newspaper founded in 1921. It covers U.S. financial information, market developments, and relevant statistics. Each issue provides a wrap-up of the previous week's market activity, news reports, and an informative outlook on the week to come.
    • BAZAAR
    • BGR | BOY GENIUS REPORT - leading online destination for news and commentary focused on the mobile and general consumer electronics markets. It is America’s number one source of exclusive and breaking mobile news, and a technology category leader among early adopters, savvy technophiles and casual readers alike.
    • BIG THINK - "Blogs, Articles and Videos from the World's Top Thinkers and Leaders." Big Think is an online knowledge forum, founded in 2007, that features interviews, multi-media presentations, and roundtable discussions with major intellectuals from a wide range of fields. The concept for Big Think has been described as a YouTube for ideas.
    • BILLBOARD
    • Black Mask - (1920-1951). Pulp magazine. "The best stories available of adventure, the best mystery and detective stories, the best romances, the best love stories, and the best stories of the occult."
    • Black Tie MAGAZINE - Palm Beach Society News.
    • BLENDER - the ultimate guide to music and more.
    • BLOOMBERG - among the top five most-trafficked financial sites on the Web.
    • BOSTON - monthly magazine concerning life in the Greater Boston area and has been in publication for more than 40 years.
    • Boston American - (1904-1961). Daily tabloid newspaper. In 1961, the Boston American merged with the Boston Record to become the Boston Record-American, a tabloid that was published throughout the day with five to six editions. In 1972, it merged with the Boston Herald Traveler (no hyphen) to become the Boston Herald-Traveler and Record American, a broadsheet that eventually was renamed the Boston Herald-American and is now the Boston Herald.
    • Boston Evening American - (1954-1957).
    • Boston Evening Transcript - daily afternoon newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts, published from July 24, 1830, to April 30, 1941.
    • Boston Evening Traveller - (1845–1967) was a newspaper published in Boston, Massachusetts. It came out daily, with weekly and semi-weekly editions, under a variety of Traveller titles. It was absorbed by the Boston Herald in 1912, and ceased publication in 1967.
    • BOSTON HERALD - since 1846. One of the oldest daily newspapers in the United States. It has been awarded eight Pulitzer Prizes in its history, including four for editorial writing and three for photography before it was converted to tabloid format in 1981.
    • BOSTON.COM - Boston, MA news.
    • Breitbart News - far-right American news, opinion and commentary website founded in 2007 by Andrew Breitbart. Breitbart News has published a number of falsehoods and conspiracy theories, as well as intentionally misleading stories.
    • Brooklyn Eagle - was a daily newspaper published in the city and later borough of Brooklyn, in New York City, for 114 years from 1841 to 1955.
    • Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists - since 1945. Nontechnical online magazine that covers global security and public policy issues related to the dangers posed by nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction, climate change, emerging technologies, and diseases.
    • BUSINESS INSIDER - since 2009. German-owned American news website that also operates international editions in Australia, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, China,Italy and the UK. It also operates a local language German and Polish news site.
    • BUSINESSWEEK - Bloomberg Businessweek, commonly and formerly known as BusinessWeek, is a weekly business magazine published by Bloomberg L.P. Since 1975, Businessweek has carried more annual advertising pages than any other magazine in the United States. Businessweek was first published in September 1929, only weeks before the Stock Market Crash of 1929. Its original purpose was to provide information and opinions as to what was happening in the business world, at the time.
    • BUZZ FLASH
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    • C-SPAN - Capitol Hill, The White House and National Politics.
    • CANDY - " The first fashion magazine ever completely dedicated to celebrating transvestism, transexuality, cross dressing and androgyny, in all its manifestations."
    • CAPITAL JOURNAL - the voice of the capital city.
    • CBS | Columbia Broadcasting System - first air date: January 21, 1927. Commercial broadcasting television network. The network is sometimes referred to as the "Eye Network" in reference to the shape of the company's logo. It has also been called the "Tiffany Network", which alludes to the perceived high quality of CBS programming during the tenure of its founder William S. Paley (1901–90). It can also refer to some of CBS's first demonstrations of color television, which were held in a former Tiffany & Co. building in New York City in 1950, thus earning it the name "Color broadcasting system" back when such a feat was innovative.
    • CBS NEWS
    • CELEBRITY NEWS
    • CELEBRITY Service International - "The premier information resource on people in the public eye since 1939, providing accurate and up-to-date contact information on celebrities."
    • CELEBRITY SLEUTH
    • CELEBRITY WEEK
    • Chattanooga Times Free Press - since 1869. One of Tennessee's major newspapers.
    • CHEAT SHEET - "Must Reads From All Over." Breaking news, world, U.S. & entertainment.
    • Chicago American - since 1900. Afternoon newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois under various names until 1974, was the last full flowering of the aggressive journalistic tradition depicted in the play and movie The Front Page. Hearst consolidated the American and the Herald-Examiner in 1939. It continued as the Chicago Herald-American until 1953 when it became the Chicago American.
    • Chicago Daily News - afternoon daily newspaper published between 1876 and 1978.
    • CHICAGO Herald-Examiner - (1918-1939).
    • Chicago Inter Ocean - (1865-1914).
    • Chicago Journal - "Chicago Journal has covered the South Loop, West Loop and Near West Side neighborhoods since Oct. 2000 and is recognized as one of the top weekly community newspapers in the city."
    • CHICAGO JOURNALS
    • Chicago Record-Herald - was a newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois from 1901 until 1914.
    • CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
    • Chicago Times - newspaper in Chicago from 1854 to 1895, when it merged with the Chicago Herald.
    • CHICAGO TRIBUNE - founded in 1847. Formerly self-styled as the "World's Greatest Newspaper".
    • Christianity Today - evangelical Christian periodical that was founded in 1956 by Billy Graham.
    • Chronicles - since 1976. "A Magazine of American Culture." Monthly magazine published by the Rockford Institute, a paleoconservative think tank. It stands as the premier periodical for erudite, highly-educated racists.
    • CITYFILE: NEW YORK
    • CNBC.COM - since 1989. American basic cable and satellite business news television channel.
    • CNET
    • CNN.COM - transcripts.
    • CNN.COM - world business.
    • CNN.COM - world news.
    • Collier's - (1888-1957/2012-). Bimonthly magazine. Pioneering investigative journalism. onsidered a pioneer in scandal, gossip, and exposé journalism. Newsweek said it featured "sin and sex with a seasoning of right wing politics".
    • COMEDY CENTRAL
    • Commentary - since 1945. Monthly American magazine on politics, Judaism, social and cultural issues.
    • Commercial & Financial Chronicle - (1865-1987). Was a business newspaper in the United States founded by William Buck Dana (1829–1910) in 1865. Published weekly, the Commercial & Financial Chronicle was deliberately modeled to be an American take on the popular business newspaper The Economist, which had been founded in England in 1843. It was the first national business weekly in the United States.
    • COMPLEX MAGAZINE - founded in 2002. Young men's style/lifestyle magazine. Reports on trends in fashion, music, art and design, technology, sports and video games with a focus on niche cultures such as streetwear, sneaker culture, hip-hop, and graphic art.
    • COMPUTERWORLD
    • CONDÉ NAST PORTFOLIO MAGAZINE - top news, business & news blogs, business strategy.
    • Confidential - periodical published quarterly from December 1952 to August 1953, and then bi-monthly until 1978. It was founded by Robert Harrison and is considered a pioneer in scandal, gossip and exposé journalism.
    • Connecticut Post - since 1883.
    • CONSUMER REPORTS - publishes reviews and comparisons of consumer products and services based on reporting and results from its in-house testing laboratory.
    • CONTACTMUSIC.COM
    • Contra Costa Times
    • Contrast Magazine - "Made in Hawai'i."
    • COSMOPOLITAN - international fashion magazine for women. As The Cosmopolitan it was first published in 1886 in the United States as a family magazine, it was later transformed into a literary magazine and eventually became a women's magazine in the late 1960s. Also known as Cosmo, its content as of 2011 included articles on women's issues, relationships, sex, health, careers, self-improvement, celebrities, fashion, and beauty.
    • COSTUME MAGAZINE
    • COUNTRY LIVING
    • Courthouse News Service - nationwide news service for lawyers and the news media.
    • CRACKED.COM - "America's Only Humor Site Since 1958."
    • CREATIVITY - "The best in advertising, design, and digital creativity."
    • CURRENT BIOLOGY - since 1991. Scientific journal that covers all areas of biology, especially molecular biology, cell biology, genetics, neurobiology, ecology and evolutionary biology. The journal is published twice a month and includes peer-reviewed research articles, various types of review articles, as well as an editorial magazine section. Widely valued among life scientists for its unique blend of important research papers and informed, lively commentary.
    • Current Directions in Psychological Science - since 1992. Bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal from the Association for Psychological Science.
    • Current Literature - (1888–1925). Was an American magazine published in New York City.
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    • Daily Freeman - since 1871. Seven-day-a-week morning newspaper in Kingston, New York.
    • Daily Graphic - (1873-1889). The first American newspaper with daily illustrations.
    • DAILY ME - "Front Page News from Leading Sources." DailyMe was founded in 2005 to deliver the best personalized news experience and is managed by an experienced team of news, media and technology executives with rich backgrounds in traditional and interactive media, web programming, news personalization and development.
    • DAILY NEWS - the fourth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States. The first U.S. daily printed in tabloid form, it was founded in 1919. It has won ten Pulitzer Prizes.
    • Daily Racing Form - "America's Turf Authority Since 1894." Tabloid newspaper founded in 1894 in Chicago, IL, U.S.A. The paper publishes the past performances of race horses as a statistical service for bettors on horse racing in North America.
    • Daily Trojan - since 1912. Student newspaper of the University of Southern California.
    • Daily Worker - (1924-1958). Was a newspaper published in New York City by the Communist Party USA, a formerly Comintern-affiliated organization.
    • DALLAS MORNING NEWS - since 1885. Daily newspaper serving the Dallas–Fort Worth area of Texas.
    • DALLAS Times Herald - (1888.1991). Was once one of two major daily newspapers serving the Dallas, Texas area. It won three Pulitzer Prizes, all for photography, and two George Polk Awards, for local and regional reporting.
    • DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD - since 2009. "The Definitive Choice for Industry Insiders." Hollywood entertainment breaking news. It has become the authoritative source for breaking news in the entertainment industry and readers check the site multiple times each day.
    • DEALBREAKER - online business tabloid and Wall Street gossip site that covers the personalities and culture that shape the financial industry, offering original commentary, news and entertainment.
    • Defense News - global newsweekly on politics, business and technology of defense.
    • Defense Technology International - "The best source for news and in-depth reporting on defense technology."
    • Der Volksfreund - was a German language newspaper published in Buffalo, New York, from 1838 to 1943. Its editorial tendencies were Roman Catholic and Democratic.
    • Des Moines Register - since 1849.
    • DETAILS MAGAZINE - monthly magazine devoted to fashion and lifestyle, Details also features reports on relevant social and political issues.
    • DETROIT FREE PRESS - since 1831. The largest daily newspaper in Detroit, Michigan.
    • Dime Detective Magazine - was the most popular of Popular Publication's line of detective pulps and one of the company's longest surviving titles. It ran for 274 issues from November 1931 to August 1953, mainly on a monthly basis, increasing to twice-monthly in 1933 to 1935 and declining to bi-monthly for the final three years.
    • Dime Magazine - basketball magazine that began circulation in 2001.
    • Discover - since 1980. "Science for the Curious." The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles.
    • Dow Jones Newswires - founded in 1882. Real-time financial news organization owned by Dow Jones. Business & financial news.
    • DRUDGE REPORT - founded in 1997. News aggregation website.
    • DuJour - since 2012. "Where Luxury Lives. Celebrity and Lifestyle News." Insider access to celebrity, fashion, design, culture, travel, and party news. Explore the best in luxury with exclusive access to fashion, design, culture, travel, celebrities and parties. Includes travel and entertainment city guides.
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    • EBONY - "Our goals is to provide a unique and engaging forum to explore the impact of the world on African Americans and the impact of African Americans on the world."
    • Editorialist - since 2013. Luxury accessories e-commerce website. According to the Council of Fashion Designers of America, "It is the only online or brick-and-mortar destination focused exclusively on the luxury accessories market." The website aimed to fill a void in the high-end online-retail market with an online marketplace, concierge service, news, interviews, videos and trend reports.
    • Elite Daily - since 2012. "The Voice of Generation Y." Self-described as "Millennials' preferred platform for today’s hot issues and trending topics. The site offers feature stories and listicles in the areas of politics, social justice, sex and dating, college life, women's issues, money, sports, and humor.
    • EMPIRE
    • Endeavor - The Scripps Research Institute's magazine.
    • Endeavors - online magazine of research and creative activity at UNC-Chapel Hill.
    • ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
    • ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
    • Epoch Times - since 2000. Multi-language, international media organisation associated with Falun Gong. It has won awards for its reporting of human rights and other issues.
    • ESPN
    • ESPN THE MAGAZINE
    • ESQUIRE
    • ESSENCE MAGAZINE - black hairstyles & women, celebrity news & gossip.
    • EurekAlert! - since 1996. Online, global news service operated by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the science society. Our mission is to be an open, global marketplace of research news for the benefit of everyone with a stake in the scientific enterprise - researchers, journalists and the public.
    • Evening Graphic - was a tabloid newspaper published from 1924 to 1932 by Bernarr "Bodylove" Macfadden. Exploitative and mendacious in its short life, the "pornoGraphic" defined tabloid journalism, launching the careers of Walter Winchell, Louis Sobol, and sportswriter-turned-television host Ed Sullivan.
    • EVERYDAY FOOD MAGAZINE - since 2003. Published by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO).
    • EWEEK
    • EXAMINER.COM - "Insider source for everything local."
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    • Family Office Elite Magazine - "Well designed and visually stunning magazine and is the premier gateway to an exclusive and ultra-wealthy Family Office audience across all disciplines of the Global Family Office Community."
    • FAMILY RADIO WORLDWIDE - "...blow the trumpet...warn the people." (Ezekiel 33:3).
    • Farmers' Almanac - annual North American periodical that has been in continuous publication since 1818. It is famous for its long-range weather predictions and astronomical data, along with a blend of humor, trivia, and advice on gardening, cooking, fishing, and human interest. Conservation, sustainable living, and simple living are core values of the publication and its editors, and these themes are heavily promoted in every edition.
    • FAST COMPANY - where ideas and people meet.
    • FATE - since 1948. Magazine about paranormal phenomena.
    • FIGHT NEWS
    • Film Comment - since 1962. Arts and culture magazine now published by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, of which it is the official publication. Film Comment features reviews and analysis of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world.
    • Financial World - (1902-1998). United States' oldest business magazine.
    • FiveThirtyEight - sometimes referred to as 538, is a website that focuses on opinion poll analysis, politics, economics, and sports blogging. The website, which takes its name from the number of electors in the United States electoral college, was founded on March 7, 2008, as a polling aggregation website with a blog created by analyst Nate Silver.
    • FLAVORWIRE - "Cultural News and Critique." Network of culturally connected people, covering events, art, books, music, and pop culture the world over. Highbrow, lowbrow, and everything in between: if it's compelling, we're sharing it.
    • Florida Today - the major daily newspaper serving Brevard County.
    • FORBES - American business magazine since 1917. Published biweekly, it features original articles on finance, industry, investing, and marketing topics. Forbes also reports on related subjects such as technology, communications, science, and law.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS - American magazine and website on international relations and U.S. foreign policy published since 1922 by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) six times annually.
    • FOREIGN POLICY - founded in 1970. Bimonthly. "The global magazine of economics, politics, and ideas."
    • FORTEAN TIMES MAGAZINE
    • FORTUNE - global business magazine published by Time Inc. Founded by Henry Luce in 1930.
    • FORWARD - "The Jewish Daily."
    • Fourth Estate - was a "Weekly Newspaper for Publishers, Advertisers, Advertising Agents and Allied Interests."
    • FOX NEWS - breaking nws, latest news, current news.
    • Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - (1852-1922). Later renamed Leslie's Weekly, was an American illustrated literary and news magazine.
    • Freedom - magazine published by the Church of Scientology since 1968. The magazine describes its focus as "Investigative Reporting in the Public Interest." A frequent topic is psychiatry, which Scientology strongly opposes.
    • FRONTLINE - public affairs television program that produces and broadcasts in-depth documentaries about various subjects.
    • Future Claw - fashion, art, music, and culture magazine founded in 2007.
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    • GAWKER - gossip from Manhattan and the Beltway to Hollywood and the Valley.
    • Gazette Review - "Your Source For Today's News."
    • GIANT MAGAZINE
    • GLOBAL FINANCE - sinde 1987. English-language monthly financial magazine.
    • GlobalPost - online US news company that focuses on international news founded on January 12, 2009.
    • GLOBE AND MAIL.COM
    • GLOBE - supermarket tabloid first published North America on November 10, 1954. In 1978 it changed its name to the Midnight Globe after its publisher, Globe Communications, and eventually changed its name to Globe. Globe covers a widespread range of topics, including politics, celebrity news, human interest, and high-profile crime stories.
    • GO FUG YOURSELF - because fugly is the new pretty.
    • GOOD HOUSEKEEPING - since 1885. Women's magazine owned by the Hearst Corporation, featuring articles about women's interests, product testing by The Good Housekeeping Institute, recipes, diet, and health, as well as literary articles.
    • GOOGLE NEWS
    • GOOP Magazine - quarterly lifestyle magazine launched by Gwyneth Paltrow in 2017.
    • Gossip Extra - Palm Beach.
    • GOTHAM MAGAZINE - since 2001. The premiere glossy publication chronicling the upstate New York City lifestyle.
    • gothamist - "News, Food, Arts & Events." A daily weblog covering New York city's personalities, news stories, and media with humorous photos and running commentary.
    • GQ | GENTLEMEN'S QUATERLY MAGAZINE - "Look Sharp - Live Smart."
    • GRANTLAND - "Sports and Pop Culture from Bill Simmons and our rotating cast of writers."
    • GREENLIGHT MAGAZINE - your guide to earth-friendly living.
    • GRIST
    • GUNS & AMMO
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    • HAMPTON Sheet - dubbed the "It" publication of the Hamptons by The Washington Post.
    • HAMPTONS MAGAZINE
    • HARPER'S BAZAAR - women's fashion magazine, first published in 1867. Published by Hearst and, as a magazine, considers itself to be the style resource for "women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture."
    • HARPER'S MAGAZINE - founded 1850. Monthly magazine of literature, politics, culture, finance, and the arts.
    • Harper's Weekly - was a political magazine based in New York City. Published by Harper & Brothers from 1857 until 1916, it featured foreign and domestic news, fiction, essays on many subjects, and humor, alongside illustrations.
    • Hartford Courant - since 1764. The largest daily newspaper in the U.S. state of Connecticut, and is often recognized as the oldest continuously-published newspaper in the United States.
    • HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW - general management magazine published by Harvard Business Publishing, a wholly owned subsidiary of Harvard University. It is published 12 times a year.
    • HARVARD LAW REVIEW
    • HAWAI'I MAGAZINE - Hawaii news, events, places, dining, travel tips & deals.
    • Hawaii Reporter - since 2002. Award winning investigative reporting from Hawaii's top independent online news source. Get the latest breaking news in politics, business, education & business.
    • Hawaii Tribune-Herald
    • Hawaiian Newspapers
    • HEALTH MAGAZINE - health news, wellness, and medical information.
    • HIGH TIMES - New York-based monthly magazine founded in 1974 by Tom Forcade. The publication is devoted to, and advocates the legalization of cannabis.
    • Holiday - travel magazine published from 1946 to 1977.
    • Hollywood citizen-news - (1945-1948).
    • HOLLYWOOD NEWS DAILY - "All the latest updates from Hollywood."
    • HOLLYWOOD.COM
    • HOLLYWOODSCOOP - celebrity gossip, news & photos.
    • Honolulu Civil Beat - Hawaii's award-winning news source for in-depth journalism on politics, government, education, land, energy, finance & more.
    • Honolulu Magazine - brings readers the very best of what Hawaii and Honolulu have to offer, covering people, culture, arts, politics, issues, restaurants, events, entertainment, shopping, real estate, neighborhoods and more.
    • Honolulu Pulse - Honolulu, Hawaii Calendar of Events – Hawaii Entertainment and Nightlife.
    • Honolulu Star-Advertiser - since 2010. The largest daily newspaper in the U.S. state of Hawai'i.
    • Honolulu Star-Bulletin - (1882-2010). Was a daily newspaper based in Honolulu, Hawaii.
    • HOT AIR - leading news and commentary site online since 2006.
    • HOTELS - the magazine of the global hotel industry.
    • HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
    • Houston Chronicle - since 1901. The largest daily newspaper in Texas. The third-largest newspaper by Sunday circulation in the United States.
    • Houston Herald - "All the news. All the time."
    • HOWARD STERN
    • Human Events - since 1944. "Powerful Conservative Voices." Conservative American political news and analysis website.
    • Humans of New York - since 2010. Photoblog and bestselling book featuring street portraits and interviews collected in New York City.
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    • I fucking love science | IFLScience! - "The lighter side of science." We're here for the science - the funny side of science. Quotes, jokes, memes and anything your admin finds awesome and strange. If you take yourself seriously, you're on the wrong page. We're dedicated to bringing the amazing world of science straight to your newsfeed in an amusing and accessible way.
    • IN STYLE
    • IN THESE TIMES
    • IN TOUCH WEEKLY - celebrity news.
    • INC. - "Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs."
    • Inquisitr - since 2008. An aggregate news and media. The site views itself as a 'multi-news aggregator' that publishes both trending news and original articles. The news website caters to a global audience, and its newly introduced slogan is "News Worth Sharing."
    • INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR - since 1967. Global finance market news, analysis and research. Monthly periodical published by Euromoney Institutional Investor. A separate international edition of the magazine was established in 1976 for readers in Europe and Asia.
    • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES - online global business newspaper, comprising of 13 editions with publishing in 12 countries across 8 languages. It is among the top-ten online business newspapers in the world.
    • INTERNATIONAL LIVING
    • International New York Times - English language international newspaper. It combines the resources of its own correspondents with those of The New York Times and is printed at 38 sites throughout the world, for sale in more than 160 countries and territories. Based in Paris since 1887, the newspaper is part of The New York Times Company. From 1967 it was published as the International Herald Tribune, but was renamed on October 15, 2013.
    • INTERNATIONAL YACHTSMAN MAGAZINE
    • INTERVIEW MAGAZINE - founded by artist Andy Warhol and Gerard Malanga in 1969. Dedicated to the cult of celebrity which fascinated Warhol, it featured cutting-edge graphics and interviews of celebrities.
    • iREPORT
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    • JAMA | The Journal of the American Medical Association - since 1883. Peer-reviewed medical journal published 48 times a year by the American Medical Association covering all aspects of the biomedical sciences.
    • JEWISH JOURNAL - since 1976. "The mission of the Jewish Journal is to educate, inform, engage and connect the Jewish and interfaith communities here locally and throughout the world."
    • JEWISH Telegraphic Agency | JTA - "The Global Jewish News Source."
    • JEWISH POST OF NEW YORK - "Your gateway to the Jewish world."
    • JOHNS HOPKINS GAZETTE
    • JOURNAL OF CONSUMER SCIENCE
    • Journal of Experimental Psychology - (1916-1975).
    • Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
    • JOURNAL OF MARKETING - a professional association for individuals and organizations involved in the practice, teaching and study of marketing worldwide.
    • JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    • Journal of Political Economy - since 1892. Bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal published by the University of Chicago Press. It covers both theoretical and empirical economics.
    • Journal of Research in Personality - since 1988. Peer-reviewed academic journal covering the field of personality psychology.
    • Journal of Social and Personal Relationships - since 1984. Peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes papers in the field of Psychology.
    • Journal of Social History - founded in 1967. The journal covers social history in all regions and time periods. Articles frequently combine sociohistorical analysis between Latin America, Africa, Asia, Russia, Western Europe and the United States. The journal is published quarterly by the George Mason University Press.
    • Journal of the American Chemical Society | JACS - weekly peer-reviewed scientific journal that was established in 1879 by the American Chemical Society.
    • JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY - publishes original peer-reviewed clinical and experimental reports on all aspects of cardiovascular disease.
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    • KEN - (1938-1939). Was a short-lived illustrated magazine first issued on April 7, 1938. It was a controversial, political, large format magazine with full page photo spreads, published every two weeks on Thursdays. It contained both articles and stories.
    • KENTUCKY POST
    • Key West Citizen - since 1905. Daily broadsheet newspaper published in Key West, Florida.
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    • Ladies' Home Journal - since 1883. One of the leading women's magazines of the 20th century in the United States.
    • LANGUAGE MAGAZINE
    • LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL - major daily newspaper published in Las Vegas, Nevada, since 1909. It is the largest circulating daily newspaper in Nevada & one of two daily newspapers in the Las Vegas area.
    • LAS VEGAS SUN - published since 1950.
    • LAS VEGAS WEEKLY
    • Latin times
    • LEDGER-ENQUIRER
    • Liberty - (1906-). "A Magazine of Religious Freedom." Adventist magazine.
    • Liberty - (1924-1950). General interest magazine.
    • Liberty - (1987-). "Chilling Free Speech." Libertarian magazine.
    • Liberty - (1881–1908). Political magazine.
    • LIFE & STYLE WEEKLY - celebrity gossip magazine.
    • Lincoln Journal Star - since 1995.
    • Lingua Franca - (1990-2001). Was an American magazine about intellectual and literary life in academia.
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    • Littell's Living Age - (1844–1941). Magazine comprising selections from various British and American magazines & newspapers. Generally, this magazine was published on a weekly basis.
    • LIVE LEAK
    • LIVE SCIENCE - science, technology, health & environmental news.
    • Look - bi-weekly, general-interest magazine published in Des Moines, Iowa, from 1937 to 1971, with more of an emphasis on photographs than articles. It is known for helping launch the career of film director Stanley Kubrick, who was a staff photographer.
    • Los Angeles Herald-Examiner - (1903-1989).
    • Los Angeles Herald-Express - one of Los Angeles' oldest newspapers, formed after a combination of the Los Angeles Herald and the Los Angeles Express. After a 1962 combination with Hearst Corporation's Los Angeles Examiner, the paper became the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner.
    • LOS ANGELES TIMES - daily newspaper published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. It was the second-largest metropolitan newspaper in circulation in the United States in 2008 and the fourth most widely distributed newspaper in the country.
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    • MAD MAGAZINE - American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. Launched as a comic book before it became a magazine, it was widely imitated and influential, impacting not only satirical media but the entire cultural landscape of the 20th century, with editor Al Feldstein increasing readership to more than 2,000,000 during its 1970s circulation peak.
    • Mademoiselle - (1935-2001). Women's fashion magazine.
    • MAKEZINE.COM
    • MARIE CLAIRE
    • MARKET WATCH - since 1997. Owned by Dow Jones & Company. Operates a financial information website that provides business news, analysis, and stock market data and offers personal finance news and advice, tools for investors and access to industry research.
    • MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS
    • MARTHA STEWART.COM
    • Maui News - "The best source for news, sports and visitors information for those living, or traveling to Maui, Hawaii. The paper serves all regions of Maui including the communities of Kihei, Lahaina, Kahului, Ulupalakua, and Hana."
    • McCall's - (1873-2002). Monthly American women's magazine that enjoyed great popularity through much of the 20th century, peaking at a readership of 8.4 million in the early 1960s.
    • McClure's - (1893–1929). American illustrated monthly periodical popular at the turn of the 20th century. The magazine is credited with having started the tradition of muckraking journalism (investigative, watchdog or reform journalism), and helped shape the moral compass of the day.
    • Media Bistro - since 1993. "Mediabistro is the leading provider of jobs, news, education, events, and research for the media industry. Our mission is to help media professionals succeed and grow in their careers as we provide them with opportunities to acquire new positions, knowledge, skills, and connections."
    • Mediaite - news and opinion blog covering politics and entertainment in the media industry.
    • MEDIATAKEOUT.COM
    • MEDICAL DAILY - "The mission of the Medical Daily is to empower readers by bringing credible and relevant health information to the users through the widest provision of as-it-happens news and insightful analysis."
    • MEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE
    • MENS-NEWS.COM - "Online news for men. Right here. Right now."
    • MEN'S JOURNAL - your ultimate adventure guide.
    • MERCURY NEWS - Silicon Valley.
    • Meteoritics & Planetary Science - monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal that was established in 1953.
    • Miami Herald
    • MICHAEL MOORE
    • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - the primary newspaper in Milwaukee, the largest newspaper in Wisconsin and is distributed widely throughout the state.
    • Mirabella - women's magazine published from June 1989 to April 2000.
    • MIT Technology Review - "We're an innovative, digitally oriented global media company whose reach is rapidly expanding." Our mission is to identify important new technologies—deciphering their practical impact and revealing how they will change our lives. Founded at MIT in 1899, MIT Technology Review derives its authority from the world's foremost technology institution and from our editors' deep technical knowledge, economic realism, and unequaled access to the world's preeminent innovators.
    • Mondo 2000 - (1984-1998). Glossy cyberculture magazine published in California during the 1980s and 1990s. It covered cyberpunk topics such as virtual reality and smart drugs.
    • MORE MAGAZINE - "For Women of Style & Substance." Health, beauty, fashion, love, careers and more.
    • Morgen-Journal - (1890-1912).
    • Morning advertiser - (1891-1897).
    • MOTHER JONES - since 1976. "Smart, Fearless Journalism." American magazine, featuring investigative and breaking news reporting on politics, the environment, human rights, and culture.
    • Motherboard - since 2009. "The future is wonderful, the future is terrifying. should know, we live there. Whether it's on the ground or on the web, Motherboard is traveling the world to uncover the stories that will define what's coming next."
    • Motion Picture Magazine - monthly fan magazine about film, published from 1911 to 1977. It was the first fan magazine.
    • Moving Picture World - was an influential early trade journal for the American film industry, from 1907 to 1927.
    • MS. MAGAZINE - American feminist magazine co-founded by American feminist and activist Gloria Steinem.
    • MSN ENTERTAINMAINT - celebrity gossip, news and more.
    • MSNBC
    • Munsey's Magazine - (1889-1955). Was a 36-page quarto American magazine. Munsey aimed to publish "a magazine of the people and for the people, with pictures and art and good cheer and human interest throughout".
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    • National Catholic Reporter | NCR - since 1964. Independent newspaper focusing on the Catholic Church.
    • NATIONAL ENQUIRER - since 1926. American supermarket tabloid focusing on celebrity news, gossip, and crime.
    • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - since 1888. "Inspiring People to Care About the Planet." THE COMPLETE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - every issue since 1888-2008 on a 160GB hard drive.
    • NATIONAL REVIEW - since 1955. Semi-monthly magazine focusing on news and commentary pieces on political, social, and cultural affairs. The magazine was founded by the late author William F. Buckley, Jr., in 1955 and based in New York City. It describes itself as "America's most widely read and influential magazine and web site for conservative news, commentary, and opinion."
    • NBC | National Broadcasting Company - founded in 1926. Commercial broadcasting television network. Sometimes referred to as the "Peacock Network," due to its stylized peacock logo, created originally for color broadcasts.
    • Nevada Appeal - "Serving Northern Nevada."
    • New Haven Register - since 1812. Daily newspaper published in New Haven, Connecticut.
    • New Jersey Monthly - monthly glossy publication featuring issues of possible interest to residents of the United States state of New Jersey.
    • NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY
    • New Republic - since 1914. Liberal American magazine of commentary on politics and the arts published continuously since 1914. A weekly for most of its history, it is currently published twenty times per year with a circulation of approximately 50,000.
    • NEW SCIENTIST - science news.
    • NEW YORK - since 1968. Bi-weekly magazine concerned with life, culture, politics, and style generally, and with a particular emphasis on New York City.
    • New York Amsterdam News - since 1909. Weekly newspaper geared to the African-American community of New York City, New York. It is one of the oldest African-American newspapers in the United States.
    • New York Daily Mirror - (1924-1963). Morning tabloid newspaper.
    • NEW YORK DAILY NEWS - since 1919. It is the fourth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States.
    • New York Dramatic Mirror - (1879-1922). Was a prominent theatrical trade newspaper.
    • New York Evening Graphic - (1924-1932). Tabloid newspaper. Exploitative and mendacious in its short life, the "pornoGraphic" defined tabloid journalism, launching the careers of Walter Winchell, Louis Sobol, and sportswriter-turned-television host Ed Sullivan.
    • New York Herald - (1835-1924).
    • New York Journal-American - newspaper published from 1937 to 1966.
    • NEW YORK MAGAZINE - since 1968. Weekly magazine concerned with life, culture, politics, and style broadly, and with a particular emphasis on New York City.
    • New-York Mirror - weekly newspaper published in New York City from 1823 to 1842, and again as a daily newspaper renamed The Evening Mirror from 1844 to 1898.
    • New York morning journal - (1888-1895).
    • NEW YORK OBSERVER - "Nothing Sacred But the Truth". Weekly newspaper first published in New York City on September 22, 1987. Focuses on the city's culture, real estate, media, politics and the entertainment and publishing industries.
    • NEW YORK POST - since 1801. American daily newspaper, primarily distributed in New York City and its surrounding area. It is the 13th-oldest and seventh-most-widely circulated newspaper in the United States. Established in 1801 by federalist Alexander Hamilton, it became a respected broadsheet in the 19th century, under the name New York Evening Post.
    • New York Press - was a free alternative weekly in New York City, which was published from 1988 to 2011.
    • New York recorder - (1891-1896).
    • New-York Tribune - (1841-1966).
    • New York World - (1860-1931). The paper played a major role in the history of American newspapers. It was a leading national voice of the Democratic Party. From 1883 to 1911 under publisher Joseph Pulitzer, it became a pioneer in yellow journalism, capturing readers' attention and pushing its daily circulation to the one-million mark.
    • New York World-Telegram - (1931-1966).
    • New York World Journal Tribune - (1966-1967).
    • New Yorker Staats-Zeitung - since 1834. Nicknamed "The Staats", claims to be the leading German-language weekly newspaper in the United States. Among other achievements, as of its sesquicentennial anniversary in 1984 it had never missed a publication date, thereby laying claim to the title of being continuously published longer than any other newspaper (of any language) in America.
    • Newport Advertiser - "All the latest news from the Newport region."
    • Newport History - since 1912.
    • Newport Journal - (1917-1928).
    • Newport Mercury - traces a lineage as one the oldest newspapers in the country. The history of that publication dates back to 1758.
    • NEWSER - "Read Less. Know More." Headline news summaries, world news, and breaking news.
    • NEWSDAY - since 1940. Long Island & New York City news.
    • NEWSMAX - since 1998. "Independent. American." News & opinion website. Breaking news, politics & commentary.
    • NEWSWEEK - founded in 1933. The second-largest news weekly magazine in the U.S. Published in four English language editions and 12 global editions written in the language of the circulation region.
    • NIELSEN - American global information and measurement company with headquarters in New York (USA) and Diemen (Netherlands). Nielsen is active in over 100 countries and employs approximately 34,000 people worldwide.
    • NJ.COM - New Jersey local news.
    • No Tofu - since 2007. Luxury independent American print magazine on fashion, film, music, art and culture. No Tofu is published in the US as a large-format, glossy quarterly.
    • North American Review - (1815-1940, 1964-). "At The North Amewrican Review, We Work To Make Literature And Art Matter." The first literary magazine in the United States.
    • Notices of the American Mathematical Society - since 1953. Membership journal of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), published monthly except for the combined June/July issue. The Notices is the world's most widely read mathematical journal.
    • NPR | NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO - news & analysis.
    • NYLON - magazine that focuses on pop culture and fashion. Its coverage includes art, beauty, music, design, celebrities, technology and travel. Its name references New York and London.
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    • O, THE OPRAH MAGAZINE - since 2000. Monthly magazine founded by Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Communications, primarily marketed at women.
    • Oakland Enquirer - (1885-1921).
    • Oakland Tribune - (1874-2016). Was a daily newspaper published in Oakland, California.
    • Ocean Drive - magazine that reports on fashion, society, entertainment and celebrities in Miami Beach, Florida. The magazine has been referred to as "the Bible of South Beach" due to its coverage of nightlife and VIPs.
    • Omaha World-Herald - since 1885. Primary daily newspaper of Nebraska and portions of southwest Iowa.
    • Omni Magazine - (1978-1995).
    • OUI - (1972-2007). Was a men's adult pornographic magazine published in the United States and featuring explicit nude photographs of models, with full page pin-ups, centerfolds, interviews and other articles, and cartoons.
    • OutWeek - was an influential gay and lesbian weekly news magazine published in New York City from 1989 to 1991. During its two year existence, OutWeek was widely considered the leading voice of AIDS activism and the initiator of a radical new sensibility in lesbian and gay journalism.
    • Overland Monthly - (1868-1935). Was a monthly magazine based in California.
    • OZ - was an underground alternative magazine. First published in Sydney, Australia, in 1963, a second version appeared in London, England from 1967 and is better known.
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    • Palm Beach Daily News.
    • Palm Beach Daily News - founded in 1897. "The Shiny Sheet". The nickname given the daily because it is printed on paper that will not smudge the fingers of the readers. Covers the social affairs of the wealthy residents on the island of Palm Beach itself.
    • Palm Beach Galas 2014 - "A who's who of Palm Beach society." News, calendar, upcoming galas, society and photos.
    • PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED - "Palm Beach's most established and respected magazine, Palm Beach Illustrated is the authority on the luxury lifestyle and all the people, places and events that make Palm Beach great."
    • Palm Beach Life - magazine from the Palm Beach Daily News.
    • PALM BEACH MAGAZINE - "Nationwide network of fifty-one city magazines offering news, articles, weather, local information, dining guide, calendar of events, message boards, shopping"
    • PALM BEACH POST - since 1916. "Breaking News Starts Here." The 80th largest daily newspaper in the United States and the 7th largest in Florida.
    • PALM BEACH SOCIETY MAGAZINE - since 1953. "Presenting Society."
    • PALM BEACH Times - since 1998. "Find breaking news, Free Classifieds, multimedia, reviews & opinion Visit our action line for reviews on local businesses."
    • PALM BEACH Today International - "Glossy Society Magazine."
    • PALM BEACH WOMAN MAGAZINE - "Celebrate Achievement."
    • PALM SPRINGS LIFE MAGAZINE
    • PAPER MAGAZINE - since 1984. New York City-based independent magazine focusing on fashion, pop-culture, nightlife, music, art and film.
    • PARADE MAGAZINE - celebrity and entertainment news, health, fitness, food, recipes, games.
    • PC WORLD - since 1983. Global computer magazine published monthly by IDG.
    • PEOPLE MAGAZINE
    • PEOPLE PAPARAZZI
    • Philadelphia Bulletin - was a daily evening newspaper published from 1847 to 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was the largest circulation newspaper in Philadelphia for 76 years and was once the largest evening newspaper in the United States.
    • PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS - since 1925.
    • Philadelphia magazine - since 1908. Regional monthly magazine.
    • PHILADELPHIA NEWS
    • PHILLY.COM - news from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and Philly Sports.
    • PHOENIX NEW TIMES
    • Photoplay - (1911-1980). One of the first American film fan magazines.
    • PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY - Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
    • PLAYBOY - founded in 1953 by Hugh Hefner. One of the world's best known brands. Features photographs of nude women as well as journalism and fiction.
    • PLAYBOY ARCHIVE
    • PLAYBOY COVER TO COVER - every issue from 1953-2010 on a pocket-sized 250GB hard drive.
    • PLOS ONE - since 2006. "Accelerating the publication of peer-reviewed science." Open access scientific journal published by Public Library of Science since 2006. It covers primary research from any discipline within science and medicine.
    • PM - liberal leaning daily newspaper published in New York City by Ralph Ingersoll from June 1940 to June 1948 and financed by Chicago millionaire Marshall Field III.
    • PNAS | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America - official journal of the United States National Academy of Sciences (NAS). PNAS is an important scientific journal that printed its first issue in 1915 and continues to publish highly cited research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, feature articles, profiles, letters to the editor, and actions of the Academy.
    • POINTER ONLINE
    • Police Gazette - (1845-1977). Tabloid-like publication, with lurid coverage of murders, Wild West outlaws, and sport. It is well known for its engravings and photographs of scantily clad strippers, burlesque dancers, and prostitutes, often skirting on the edge of what is legally considered obscenity.
    • POLITICO - politics, political news.
    • POLITIFACT.COM - since 2007. Project operated by the Tampa Bay Times, in which reporters and editors from the Times and affiliated media outlets "fact-check statements by members of Congress, the White House, lobbyists and interest groups". They publish original statements and their evaluations on the PolitiFact.com website, and assign each a "Truth-O-Meter" rating. The ratings range from "True" for completely accurate statements to "Pants on Fire" (from the taunt "Liar, liar, pants on fire") for false and ridiculous claims.
    • POPULAR MECHANICS - devoted to science and technology. It was first published January 11, 1902 by H. H. Windsor.
    • POPULAR SCIENCE - since 1872. "New Technology, Science News, The Future Now." Sometimes called literature of science, is interpretation of science intended for a general audience. While science journalism focuses on recent scientific developments, popular science is broad-ranging, often written by scientists as well as journalists, and is presented in many formats, which can include books, television documentaries, magazine articles and web pages.
    • PORTFOLIO MAGAZINE
    • Post-Bulletin - daily newspaper based in Rochester, Minnesota.
    • POWER & MOTORYACHT MAGAZINE
    • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | PNAS - important scientific journal that printed its first issue in 1915 and continues to publish highly cited research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, feature articles, profiles, letters to the editor, and actions of the Academy. Coverage in PNAS broadly spans the biological, physical, and social sciences.
    • PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE - since 1990. Flagship journal of the Association for Psychological Science (APS), is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by SAGE Publications. It is one of the most influential journals in psychology and ranked among the top 10 general psychology journals.
    • PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN QUARTERLY
    • Psychology Today - since 1967. Magazine published every two months in the United States. It is a psychology-based magazine covering a wide range of topics - such as neuroscience, relationships, health, work, the psychological aspects of current affairs - written for a mass audience of non-psychologists.
    • Public Ledger - daily newspaper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania published from March 25, 1836 to January 1942.
    • Puck - was the first successful humor magazine in the United States of colorful cartoons, caricatures and political satire of the issues of the day. It was published from 1871 until 1918.
    • PUBLISHERS WEEKLY | PW - since 1972. Weekly trade news magazine targeted at publishers, librarians, booksellers and literary agents. Published continuously since 1872, it has carried the tagline, "The International News Magazine of Book Publishing and Bookselling". With 51 issues a year, the emphasis today is on book reviews.
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    • Quartz - since 2012. Business news publication.
    • QUICK & SIMPLE
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    • Ramparts - was a glossy illustrated American political and literary magazine, published from 1962 through 1975 and closely associated with the New Left political movement.
    • READER'S DIGEST - founded in 1922. General interest family magazine, published ten times annually. Global editions of Reader's Digest reach an additional 40 million people in more than 70 countries, with 50 editions in 21 languages. It has a global circulation of 17 million, making it the largest paid circulation magazine in the world. According to Mediamark Research, it reaches more readers with household incomes of $100,000+ than Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week and Inc. combined.
    • Red Herring - since 1993. Media company that publishes an innovation magazine, an online daily technology news service, technology newsletters and hosts events for technology leaders.
    • REDBOOK - since 1903. Women's magazine published by the Hearst Corporation. It is one of the "Seven Sisters", a group of women's service magazines.
    • REDORBIT - science, space, technology, health news and information.
    • Refinery29 - "The modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. Read on for breaking entertainment news, fashion tips, health, and more."
    • Regator - "Only the best blogs." Curated blog directory and search engine.
    • Relevant - since 2003. Bimonthly Christian lifestyle magazine exploring the intersection of faith and pop culture. Its tagline is "God, life, and progressive culture."
    • RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL - "Serving Reno, Nevada."
    • Review of Reviews - (1890-1937). The American Review of Reviews is one of the best primary sources on American reform between 1890 and 1920, providing not only a panoramic view of the range of reformers' interests, but also the ties between British and American progressives.
    • REVIEWSJOURNAL
    • Rhode Island Newspapers
    • ROAD & TRAVEL MAGAZINE - automotive & travel resource for the non-enthusiast.
    • Rochester Journal-American - (1922-1935). Was an American newspaper in Rochester, New York owned by William Randolph Hearst.
    • Rockford Register Star - Rockford, Illinois, metropolitan area's primary daily newspaper.
    • ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS - (1859-2009). Was a daily newspaper published in Denver, Colorado.
    • Roll Call - since 1955. newspaper published in Washington, D.C., from Monday to Friday when the United States Congress is in session and on Mondays only during recess. Roll Call reports news of legislative and political maneuverings on Capitol Hill, as well as political coverage of congressional elections across the country.
    • ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE - since 1967. Fortnightly magazine that focuses on popular culture. Music news, reviews, photos, videos, interviews, politics and more.
    • Roswell Daily RecordL - since 1903. Local newspaper located in Roswell, New Mexico, and has a circulation of less than 25,000. The paper is well known in the UFO community because it was the newspaper that reported in 1947 the alleged Roswell UFO crash.
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    • SALON.COM - award-winning online news and entertainment website.
    • SALT LAKE TRIBUNE
    • SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
    • SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN
    • San Francisco Call - was a newspaper that served San Francisco, California.
    • SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - founded in 1865. Newspaper serving primarily the San Francisco Bay Area of the U.S. state of California.
    • San Francisco News Letter
    • SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS
    • SAVANNAH NOW
    • SCENE Magazine - since 2012. "Fashion, Interior Design, Luxury, Social Events in New York and beyond."
    • SCIENCE - founded in 1880 with financial support from Thomas Edison and later from Alexander Graham Bell. Academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and is considered one of the world's most prestigious scientific journals.
    • SCIENCE DAILY - your source for the latest research news.
    • SCIENCE NEWS - magazine of the society for science & the public.
    • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN - since 1845. American popular science magazine. It is notable for its long history of presenting scientific information on a monthly basis to the general educated public, through its careful attention to the clarity of its text as well as the quality of its specially commissioned color graphics. Many famous scientists, including Albert Einstein, have contributed articles in the past 168 years. It is the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States.
    • Seattle Post-Intelligencer - founded in 1863 as the weekly Seattle Gazette, and was later published daily in broadsheet format. It was long one of the city's two daily newspapers, along with The Seattle Times, until it became an online-only publication on March 18, 2009.
    • SEATTLE TIMES - since 1891. "Winner of Nine Pulitzer Prizes." The largest daily newspaper in the state of Washington.
    • Seventeen - since 1944. Magazine for teenagers. It was the first teen magazine established in the United States. The magazine's reader base is 10-to-19-year-old females.
    • Show - bi-monthly magazine, founded and published by Sean Cummings in 2005. Show is geared toward young urban men and showcases glamour photography of female pin-up models from around the world.
    • SHOW BOATS INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE
    • SILICON ALLEY INSIDER
    • SKEPTICAL INQUIRER - the magazine for science and reason.
    • SKY NEWS - first for beaking news.
    • SLATE MAGAZINE - since 1996. A general-interest publication offering analysis and commentary about politics, news, and culture.
    • smithsonian magazine - since 1970. Smithsonian Institution's award-winning, monthly magazine. History, arts, science, people, places, plus exclusive web articles, videos, blogs, photos and more.
    • Snopes.com - since 1995. "Rumor Has It." Also known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is a website covering urban legends, Internet rumors, e-mail forwards, and other stories of unknown or questionable origin. It is a well-known resource for validating and debunking such stories in American popular culture.
    • Social Justice - (1936-1942). American Roman Catholic periodical published by Father Charles Coughlin. Social Justice was controversial for printing antisemitic polemics such as The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Coughlin claimed that Marxist atheism in Europe was a Jewish plot against America.
    • SOCIAL LIFE MAGAZINE - luxury, lifestyle and fashion.
    • SOCIALITE LIFE - gossip is served.
    • SOLDIER OF FORTUNE - "Where the action is!" Focuses on news and adventure based on firsthand reports from all over the world.
    • south florida opulence Magazine - "The luxury lifestyle publication designed especially for connoisseurs of the luxury condominium lifestyle."
    • SPIN MAGAZINE - From the concert stage to the dressing room, from the recording studio to the digital realm, SPIN surveys the modern musical landscape and the culture around it with authoritative reporting, provocative interviews, and a discerning critical ear.
    • Sport Business Daily - daily US trade publication dedicated to the business of sports and covering sponsorships, endorsements, labor relations, licensing, team ownership, stadiums, etc.
    • Sporting Life - was an American weekly newspaper, published from 1883 to 1917 and from 1922 to 1924, that provided national coverage on sports with a particular focus on baseball and trap shooting.
    • Sporting News - sports website and former print magazine. It was established in 1886, and it became the dominant American publication covering baseball—so much so that it acquired the nickname "The Bible of Baseball."
    • Sports Afield - "The World's Premier Hunting Adventure Magazine." Founded in 1887 by Claude King, as a hunting and fishing magazine, and it is the oldest continuously published outdoor magazine in North America.
    • SPORTS ILLUSTRATED - since 1954. American sports media franchise owned by Time Inc.
    • SPORTS ILLUSTRATED COVERS: 1964-2008
    • SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT EDITION - published since 1964, is now an annual publishing event that generates its own television shows, videos and calendars.
    • Springfield News-Leader
    • St. Louis Post-Dispatch - since 1878. One of the largest newspapers in the midwestern United States.
    • St. Louis Today
    • STAR-LEDGER - New Jersey newspaper.
    • STAR MAGAZINE
    • STAR Tribune - "News, weather, sports from Minneapolis, St. Paul and Minnesota."
    • Steamshovel Press - "All Conspiracy. No Theory." Zine devoted to conspiracy theories and parapolitics.
    • Story - (1931-1967).
    • STRAND MAGAZINE - "The magazine for mystery & short story lovers."
    • STYLE.COM - the online home of Vogue. Contains fashion news reporting, trend reports, and extensive galleries of fashion-show photos.
    • SUN SENTINEL - Palm Beach news.
    • SUNSET - since 1898. Lifestyle magazine. Sunset focuses on homes, cooking, gardening, and travel, with a focus almost exclusively on the Western United States.
    • Syracuse Telegram - was established in 1922 in Syracuse, New York by William Randolph Hearst. Between the years 1922–1925, the newspaper was published as both Syracuse Telegram and Syracuse Evening Telegram and the Sunday edition was called the Syracuse American, and alternately the Syracuse Sunday American.
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    • T (NEW YORK TIMES) - a perfect-bound magazine dedicated to fashion, living, beauty, holiday, travel and design coverage.
    • T MAGAZINE BLOG (NEW YORK TIMES) - blog dedicated to fashion, living, beauty, holiday, travel and design coverage.
    • Tacoma Daily Index
    • Tacoma Daily News Archives - (1889-1909).
    • Tacoma Weekly
    • TALKING POINTS MEMO
    • TAMPA BAY MAGAZINE - "Our mission at Tampa Bay Magazine is to entertain and inform our readers about the People, Places, Pleasures and Wonders of the Tampa Bay area of Florida."
    • TAMPA BAY TIMES
    • TEA PARTY REVIEW - "No hype. No rumors. No political double talk. Just facts and analysis – and a touch of humor."
    • TECH FLASH - Seattle's technology news source.
    • TECHCRUNCH
    • TECHNOLOGY REVIEW - "The Authority on the Future of Technology." Magazine published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 1899.
    • TED - "Ideas worth spreading." Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world.
    • Teen - (1954-2009). Was a teen lifestyle magazine for preteen and early teenage girls, ages 10 to 15. The content of Teen included advice, entertainment news, quizzes, fashion, beauty, celebrity role models, and "real-girl stories".
    • TEEN PEOPLE MAGAZINE
    • Texas Monthly - since 1973. Chronicles life in contemporary Texas, writing on politics, the environment, industry, and education.
    • THE ADVOCATE - "The World's Leading Source for LGBT News and Entertainment."
    • The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition - since 1952. Monthly peer-reviewed medical journal in the field of clinical nutrition.
    • The American Magazine - (1906-1956).
    • The American Mercury - American magazine published from 1924 to 1981. It was founded as the brainchild of H. L. Mencken and drama critic George Jean Nathan. The magazine featured writing by some of the most important writers in the United States through the 1920s and 1930s. After a change in ownership in the 1940s, the magazine attracted conservative writers.
    • The American Weekly - (1896-1966). Sunday newspaper supplement published by the Hearst Corporation.
    • The Arizona Republic - since 1890. Daily newspaper published in Phoenix.
    • THE ART NEWSPAPER
    • The Aspen Times - since 1881. 7-day-a-week newspaper in the ski resort of Aspen, Colorado with a history dating back to 1881.
    • THE ASTROPHYSICAL LETTER - the foremost research journal in the world devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in astronomy and astrophysics. Many of the classic discoveries of the twentieth century have first been reported in the Journal.
    • The Atlanta Georgian - (1906-1939). Was a daily afternoon newspaper in Atlanta, Georgia.
    • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - since 1868. The only major daily newspaper in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia.
    • THE ATLANTIC - founded (as The Atlantic Monthly) in 1857 in Boston, Massachusetts, now based in Washington, D.C. It was created as a literary and cultural commentary magazine, growing to achieve a national reputation as a high-quality review with a moderate worldview. As the former name suggests, it was a monthly magazine for 144 years until 2001, when it published eleven issues; it published ten issues yearly from 2003 on, dropped "Monthly" from the cover starting with the January/February 2004 issue, and officially changed the name in 2007. The Atlantic features articles in the fields of the arts, the economy, foreign affairs, political science, and technology.
    • THE ATLANTIC WIRE
    • THE AWL - since 2009. "Be Less Stupid." The Awl intends to encourage a daily discussion of the issues of the day—news, politics, culture (and TV!)—during sensible hours of the working week.
    • THE BALTIMORE SUN - since 1837. Maryland’s largest general-circulation daily newspaper and provides coverage of local and regional news, events, issues, people, and industries.
    • The Bawl Street Journal - began publication in 1917. It is the Bond Club’s annual spoof of Wall Street people, investment firms and the financial community. In 2005, the Bawl Street Journal changed it format so it is now an online publication.
    • THE BOSTON GLOBE - founded 1872. The Boston Globe has won 21 Pulitzer Prizes.
    • The Boston Herald Traveler - closed.
    • The Boston Post - (1831-1956). The most popular daily newspaper in New England for over a hundred years before it folded in 1956.
    • The Bridgeport Post
    • THE CHRISTIAN POST - since 2000. Nondenominational, Evangelical Christian newspaper based in Washington, D.C.
    • THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR - since 1908. International news organization that delivers global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, daily news briefing, email newsletters, Amazon Kindle subscription, and mobile site.
    • The Chronicle of Higher Education - since 1966. Newspaper and website that presents news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty and Student Affairs professionals (staff members and administrators).
    • The Chronicle of Philanthropy - since 1988. Biweekly newspaper that covers the nonprofit world. Based in Washington, DC, it is aimed at charity leaders, foundation executives, fund raisers, and other people involved in philanthropy.
    • The Cincinnati Enquirer - since 1841. Morning daily newspaper.
    • The Courant - since 1764. The largest daily newspaper in the U.S. state of Connecticut, and is often recognized as the oldest continuously-published newspaper in the United States.
    • The Courier-Journal - since 1868. The main newspaper for the city of Louisville, Kentucky.
    • THE DAILY BEAST - launched on October 6, 2008. "Read This Skip That." Curated news aggregation plus original reporting and opinion. The name of the site is derived from that of one of the fictional newspapers in Evelyn Waugh's novel Scoop.
    • THE DAILY BEAST - CHEAT SHEET - summaries of the best content from around the Web.
    • The Daily Dot - since 2011. "Real journalism for the Internet age. LIKE and explore the Internet beyond what's trending." Online newspaper that covers internet topics. It aims to be the "hometown newspaper" of the internet.
    • The Daily Republican
    • THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
    • The Dearborn Independent - also known as The Ford International Weekly, was a weekly newspaper established in 1901, but published by Henry Ford from 1919 through 1927. The paper reached a circulation of 900,000 by 1925, second only to the New York Daily News, largely due to a quota system for promotion imposed on Ford dealers. Lawsuits regarding anti-Semitic material published in the paper caused Ford to close it, and the last issue was published in December 1927.
    • THE DENVER POST - since 1892.
    • The Des Moines Register - since 1849.
    • The Desert Sun - "The Desert Sun is Coachella Valley’s No. 1 news source." Palm Springs and Coachella Valley news.
    • THE DETROIT NEWS - since 1873. One of the two major newspapers in the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan.
    • THE DIAL - magazine published intermittently from 1840 to 1929. In its first form, from 1840 to 1844, it served as the chief publication of the Transcendentalists. In the 1880s it was revived as a political magazine. From 1920 to 1929 it was an influential outlet for Modernist literature in English.
    • THE DIRTY - intel, opions, gossip, satire and celebrities.
    • THE East Hampton Star - since 1895. Weekly, privately owned newspaper published each Thursday in East Hampton, New York. It is one of the few independent, family-owned newspapers still existing in the United States.
    • The Evening Star - was a newspaper published in the 1800s in what is now Rensselaer, New York.
    • The Evening World - (1887-1931).
    • THE fiscal Times - digital news, news analysis and opinion publication based in New York City and Washington, D.C. and founded in 2010.
    • The Flint Magazine
    • THE FORWARD - since 1897. Also called The Jewish Daily Forward, is an American newspaper published in New York City for a Jewish-American audience.
    • The Harvard Lampoon - undergraduate humor publication founded in 1876 by seven undergraduates at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
    • The Harvard Monthly - was a literary magazine of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, beginning October 1885 until suspending publication following the Spring 1917 issue.
    • THE HERALD SUN
    • THE HILL - written for and about the U.S. Congress, with a special focus on business and lobbying, political campaigns and other events on Capitol Hill.
    • THE HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP - celebrity news, pictures, and rumors.
    • THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER | THR - multi-platform American media brand founded in 1930 and focusing on the Hollywood motion picture, television, and entertainment industries, as well as Hollywood's intersection with fashion, finance, law, technology, lifestyle, and politics.
    • The Honolulu Advertiser - (1856-2010). Was the largest daily newspaper in the American state of Hawai'i.
    • THE HUFFINGTON POST - breaking news and opinion.
    • The Indianapolis Star - morning daily newspaper that began publishing on June 6, 1903. It has won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting twice, in 1975 and 1991.
    • THE INQUISITR
    • THE INSIDER - celebrity news, gossip, photos, videos and more.
    • The Intercept - online publication launched in February 2014. Platform to report on the documents previously provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and fearless, adversarial journalism across a wide range of issues.
    • THE INTERNET MOVIE DATABASE
    • The Jewish Daily Forward - since 1897. Newspaper published in New York City for a Jewish-American audience.
    • THE KANSAS CITY STAR - published since 1880, the paper is the recipient of eight Pulitzer Prizes. The Star is most notable for its influence on the career of President Harry Truman and as the newspaper where a young Ernest Hemingway honed his writing style.
    • The Literary Digest - (1890-1938). Influential general interest weekly magazine.
    • THE LITERARY REVIEW - its many special issues have introduced new fiction, poetry, and essays from many nations, regions, or languages to English readers.
    • The Louisville Times - (1884-1987).
    • THE MACOMB DAILY
    • THE MASSES - graphically innovative magazine of socialist politics published monthly in the United States from 1911 until 1917, when federal prosecutors brought charges against its editors for conspiring to obstruct conscription. It published reportage, fiction, poetry and art by the leading radicals of the time such as Max Eastman, John Reed, Dorothy Day, and Floyd Dell.
    • The McLaughlin Group - since 1982. Syndicated half-hour weekly public affairs television program.
    • The Mercury News - since 1851. (Formerly San Jose Mercury News), often locally known as The Merc, is a daily newspaper, published in San Jose, California.
    • THE MIAMI HERALD - since 1903. The largest newspaper in South Florida.
    • The Miami News - (1896-1988). Was the dominant evening newspaper in Miami, Florida for most of the 20th century, its chief concurrent competitor being the morning-edition of The Miami Herald.
    • The Michigan Times - founded in 1956. Student newspaper of the Flint campus of the University of Michigan.
    • THE Montana Standard
    • The Morning Telegraph - (1839-1972). (Sometimes referred to as the New York Morning Telegraph) was a New York City broadsheet newspaper.
    • THE NATION - founded in 1865. The oldest continuously published weekly magazine in the United States. The periodical, devoted to politics and culture, is self-described as "the flagship of the left."
    • The Negro Digest - (1942-1976). (Later renamed Black World) was a popular African-American magazine. Similar to the Reader's Digest but aimed to cover positive stories about the African-American community.
    • The New England Journal of Medicine - since 1812. Medical journal published by the Massachusetts Medical Society. It is among the most prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals as well as the oldest continuously published one.
    • The New Masses - (1926—1948). Was an American Marxist magazine closely associated with the Communist Party.
    • The New Republic | TNR - liberal American magazine of commentary on politics and the arts published continuously since 1914. A weekly for most of its history, it is currently published twenty times per year with a circulation of approximately 50,000.
    • THE New York Sun - politically conservative weekday daily newspaper published in New York City from 2002 to 2008.
    • THE NEW YORK TIMES - founded in 1851. Motto: "All the News That's Fit to Print." Controlled by the Sulzberger family since 1896. has won 104 Pulitzer Prizes, the most of any news organization. Its website is the most popular American online newspaper website. Access to the newspaper’s online content soon will be through a metered paywall for heavy users (over 20 articles per month) but remain free for light users. The digital subscriptions will start globally on March 28, 2011 (Canada started on March 17th), and will cost from $15 to $35 per four weeks depending on the package selected.
    • THE NEW YORKER - founded in 1925. American magazine of reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry.
    • The Newport Daily News - since 1846. Independent six-day daily newspaper serving Newport County, Rhode Island.
    • THE NEWS STAR
    • The North American - newspaper published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1839, though it could claim a lineage back to 1771, and published until 1925.
    • THE OAK PARKER
    • THE ONION - "America's Finest News Source." An American news satire organization. It features satirical articles reporting on international, national, and local news as well as an entertainment newspaper and website known as The A.V. Club.
    • THE OREGONIAN
    • The PALM BEACH POST - since 1916. "Breaking News Starts Here." The 80th largest daily newspaper in the United States and the 7th largest in Florida.
    • The Paris Review - quarterly English language literary magazine established in Paris in 1953 by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiessen, and George Plimpton. The headquarters moved from Paris to New York City in 1973.
    • The Philadelphia Inquirer - since 1829. The third-oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States.
    • The Philadelphia Record - was a daily newspaper published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from 1877 until 1947. It became among the most circulated papers in the city and was at some points the circulation leader.
    • The Phoenix - since 1966.
    • The Press-Enterprise - since 1878. Pulitzer Prize-winning daily newspaper published by the Press-Enterprise Corp. that serves the Inland Empire in Southern California.
    • The Providence Journal - since 1829. Nicknamed the ProJo, is a daily newspaper serving the metropolitan area of Providence, Rhode Island and is the largest newspaper in Rhode Island.
    • THE PSYCHEDELIC REVIEW - (1963-1971).
    • THE RAW STORY - founded in Boston in 2004. "Investigative news nexus that highlights underreported news and rejects the traditional media narratives of power and influence."
    • THE Realist - (1958-2001). Pioneering magazine of "social-political-religious criticism and satire," intended as a hybrid of a grown-ups version of Mad and Lyle Stuart's anti-censorship monthly The Independent. Edited and published by Paul Krassner, and often regarded as a milestone in the American underground or countercultural press of the mid-20th century.
    • THE RING MAGAZINE - the Bible of boxing.
    • THE ROOT - daily online magazine that provides thought-provoking commentary on today's news from a variety of black perspectives.
    • The Salt Lake Tribune - since 1870. The largest-circulated daily newspaper in the city of Salt Lake City.
    • THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE
    • The San Francisco Call - was a newspaper that served San Francisco, California. Because of a succession of mergers with other newspapers, the paper variously came to be called The San Francisco Call & Post, the San Francisco Call-Bulletin, San Francisco News-Call Bulletin, and the News-Call Bulletin before finally merging with the San Francisco Examiner and losing "news," "call," and "bulletin."
    • The San Francisco Examiner - since 1863. Longtime daily newspaper distributed in and around San Francisco, California. The Examiner is one of the pioneers in the industry and has been published continuously since the late 19th century. The longtime "Monarch of the Dailies" and flagship of the Hearst Corporation chain, the Examiner converted to free distribution early in the 21st century and is now independently owned by the San Francisco Media Company LLC.
    • The Saturday Evening Post - since 1821. Bimonthly American magazine.
    • THE SEATTLE TIMES - since 1891. "Winner of Nine Pulitzer Prizes." The largest daily newspaper in the state of Washington.
    • The Smart Set - literary magazine that ran from March 1900 to 1930 and was founded by Colonel William d'Alton Mann. During its heyday under the editorship of H.L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan.
    • THE SMOKING GUN - large collection of public documents on crimes, celebrities, politicians, and the FBI.
    • THE SMOKING JACKET - Playboy's sidekick.
    • The Standard-Times (New Bedford) - since 1850.
    • THE STATE COLUMN - state politics and political news.
    • The Sun - New York newspaper that was published from 1833 until 1950. It was considered a serious paper, like the city's two more successful broadsheets, The New York Times and the New York Herald Tribune. The Sun was the most politically conservative of the three.
    • The Times-Picayune - newspaper published in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Originally established in 1837 as The Picayune, it was a daily newspaper until the paper announced that its print edition would be published three days a week, beginning in the second half of 2012.
    • The United States Daily - (1926-1933).
    • THE VIEW
    • THE VILLAGE VOICE - since 1955. Free weekly tabloid-format newspaper and news and features website in New York City that features investigative articles, analysis of current affairs and culture, arts and music coverage, and events listings for New York City. It is also distributed throughout the United States on a pay basis.
    • The Washington Daily News - was an afternoon tabloid-style newspaper serving the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. In this case, the term "tabloid" is merely a reference to the paper format and does not imply a lack of journalistic standards.
    • The Washington Examiner - since 2005. Political journalism publication based in Washington, D.C., that distributes its content via daily online reports and a weekly magazine.
    • The Washington Free Beacon - since 2012. Web site that publishes news and associated content from a conservative perspective.
    • THE WASHINGTON POST - founded in 1877. Most notable incident in The Post's history was when, in the early 1970s, reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein led the American media's investigation into what became known as the Watergate scandal.
    • THE WASHINGTON Star - previously known as the Washington Star-News and the Washington Evening Star, was a daily afternoon newspaper published in Washington, D.C. between 1852 and 1981.
    • THE WASHINGTON TIMES
    • The Week - since 1995. Weekly British news magazine which also publishes a US edition, and between 2008 and 2012 additionally published an Australian edition.
    • THE WEEKLY STANDARD
    • THE WRAP - since 2009. "Covering Hollywood." Entertainment and media news. Hollywood party reports. Celebrity events.
    • THIS AMERICAN LIFE - weekly public radio show broadcast on more than 500 stations to about 1.7 million listeners.
    • Tiger Beat - since 1965. Teen fan magazine.
    • TIME - "read | watch | share | know." Founded in 1923. The world's largest circulation weekly news magazine with a readership of 25 million, of which 20 million are in the US. It is widely regarded as one of the most popular magazines in history.
    • TMZ | THIRTY-MILE ZONE - since 2005. "Celebrity gossip, entertainment news & celebrity news." The term “Thirty Mile Zone” originated in the 1960s, when due to the growth of location shoots, studios established a “thirty mile zone” to monitor rules for filming in Hollywood.
    • TOWN & COUNTRY MAGAZINE
    • TOWN & COUNTRY TRAVEL
    • Town Topics - (1879-1937). Notorious weekly published in New York City reporting high-society peccadilloes and often identifying perpetrators by name.
    • TPM | Talking Points Memo - the premier digital native political news organization in the United States - covering a broad range of politics, policy and national news in Washington D.C. and beyond. Founded in 2000, TPM has grown from a must-read blog to one of the most trusted and compelling websites in political journalism.
    • Traders Magazine - since 1967. "TRADERS covers the entire trading process, including equities and options, major trends, financial industry news, executive profiles and the technological developments that keep Wall Street running."
    • Travel Weekly - since 1958. National newspaper for the travel industry geared toward travel agents.
    • TRAVELGIRL MAGAZINE - leisure, travel and lifestyle advice for women.
    • TREND HUNTER MAGAZINE - "#1 in Trends. The largest community for Trends, Trend Spotting, Cool Hunting, Innovation, Fashion Trends, Style, Luxury Trends, Gadgets, Celebs, Technology, Pop Culture, Art and Design."
    • Trends (journals) - since 1976. Series of scientific journals.
    • True Detective - (1924-1995). Considered the first true crime magazine.
    • True Story - magazine published by True Renditions, LLC. It was the first of the confessions magazines genre, having launched in 1919.
    • Truth - magazine was both a weekly magazine and a monthly reader published from 1881 until 1905 in the United States. Its subtitle was "The Brightest of Weeklies".
    • TRUTHOUT - "Fearless, Independent News and Opinion."
    • Tucson News Now
    • TV GUIDE - founded in 1953. TV Guide is a weekly American magazine with listings of TV shows. In addition to TV listings, the publication features television-related news, celebrity interviews, gossip and film reviews and crossword puzzles. Some issues have also featured horoscope listings.
    • TWIST MAGAZINE
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    • UNIVERSE TODAY - space and astronomy news site.
    • US MAGAZINE
    • US NEWS & WORLD REPORT - since 1933. American news magazine. Focusing more than its counterparts on political, economic, health and education stories. In recent years, it is now known for its ranking system and annual reports on American colleges, graduate schools and hospitals.
    • US WEEKLY
    • USA TODAY - since 1982. National American daily newspaper. The widest circulated print newspaper in the United States.
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    • V MAGAZINE - since 1999. A magazine about fashion with a capital F and all the things that go with it: art, music, film, architecture.
    • Valley Morning Star - since 1911. Newspaper published in Harlingen, Texas.
    • VANITY FAIR - since 1983. From world affairs to entertainment, business to fashion, crime to society.
    • VARIETY MAGAZINE - since 1905. Entertainment news, movie reviews, awards, festivals, celebrity photos, industry events.
    • VAULT MAGAZINE - since 2012. "Defines The Art of Being. Social: what we wear, eat, talk about, and how we entertain. Created by events leader and restaurateur Barton G., it is a celebration of Innovation, Inspiration and Imagination."
    • Vegas Seven - "Las Vegas News, Entertainment, Restaurants, Nightlife, Arts and Information."
    • VENTURA COUNTY STAR - "California news delivered throughout the day."
    • VERANDA
    • VH1.COM - news & celebrity gossip, latest entertainment, breaking news.
    • VIBE MAGAZINE
    • VICE - since 1994. "The Definitive Guide to Enlightening Information." International magazine focused on arts, culture, and news topics.
    • VINEYARD GAZETTE
    • Viral Thread - "The Web At Its Best." Aims to show you the best of the World Wide Web. Whether this be funny, inspirational or stories that will shock you, we bring you the most popular stories on the web and put them in one great place for you to enjoy.
    • VIVA - (1973-1980). "The International Magazine For Women." It was published by Bob Guccione and his wife, Kathy Keeton. Among the photographers whose work appeared in Viva was Helmut Newton, who was lured there by Anna Wintour, the magazine's fashion editor.
    • VOA NEWS | VOICE OF AMERICA - trusted source of news & indformation since 1942.
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    • W MAGAZINE - since 1972. Monthly American fashion magazine.
    • Waco Tribune-Herald - since 1892. Daily newspaper serving Waco, Texas & vicinity.
    • WALL STREET JOURNAL - founded in 1889. Largest newspaper in the United States, by circulation. Covers American economic and international business topics, and financial news and issues.
    • Washington Daily News - since 1872. Daily newspaper serving Washington, North Carolina. It is the smallest daily newspaper to ever win a Pulitzer Prize gold medal.
    • Washington Evening Star - was a daily afternoon newspaper published in Washington, D.C., from 1852 to 1981.
    • Washington Herald - was a daily newspaper in Washington, D.C., from October 8, 1906, to January 31, 1939.
    • Washington Life Magazine - the D.C. Metro area's premier guide to luxury, power, philanthropy & style.
    • Washington Monthly - since 1969. bimonthly nonprofit magazine of United States politics and government that is based in Washington, D.C. The magazine is known for its annual ranking of American colleges and universities, which serve as an alternative to the Forbes and US News & World Report rankings.
    • Washington Times-Herald - (1939-1954). Was an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C.
    • Washingtonian - monthly magazine distributed in the Washington, D.C. area since 1965. The magazine describes itself as "The Magazine Washington Lives By". The magazine's core focuses are local feature journalism, guide book–style articles, real estate, and politics.
    • WEEKLY WORLD NEWS
    • West Hawaii Today
    • Westliche Post - (1857-1938). Was a German-language daily newspaper published in St. Louis, Missouri.
    • Whole Earth Catalog - "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish." Counterculture magazine & product catalog published by Stewart Brand between 1968 and 1972, and occasionally thereafter, until 1998. The magazine featured essays and articles, but was primarily focused on product reviews. The editorial focus was on self-sufficiency, ecology, alternative education, "do it yourself" (DIY) and holism, and featured the slogan "access to tools". While WEC listed and reviewed a wide range of products (clothing, books, tools, machines, seeds, etc.), it did not sell any of the products directly. Instead, the vendor's contact information was listed alongside the item and its review.
    • WHOLE LIVING
    • WIRED - since 1993. Full-color monthly American magazine, published in both print and online editions, that reports on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy and politics.
    • WIRED DANGER ROOM
    • WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL
    • WOMEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE
    • Wonkette - since 2004. Left-leaning American online magazine of topical satire and political gossip. "We were put here by American God and her brother Allah to bring joy and comedy to people facing bankruptcy and heartburn. Terrible news for terrible people. If you love vulgar, crass, liberal things that are hilarious, you might like Wonkette.com."
    • WORLD ENTERTAINMENT NEWS NETWORK
    • Worth - American financial, wealth management and lifestyle magazine founded in 1992. The magazine addresses financial, legal and lifestyle issues for high net worth individuals, featuring stories about dynamic wealth creators and providing expert advice on investing and wealth management.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • XBIZ
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • YAHOO! - since 1994. Globally known for its Web portal, search engine Yahoo Search, and related services, including Yahoo Directory, Yahoo Mail, Yahoo News, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Groups, Yahoo Answers, advertising, online mapping, video sharing, fantasy sports and its social media website. It is one of the most popular sites in the United States. According to news sources, roughly 700 million people visit Yahoo websites every month. Yahoo itself claims it attracts "more than half a billion consumers every month in more than 30 languages."
    • YAHOO! BUZZ - since 2008. Community-based news article website, heavily derived from Digg, that combines the features of social bookmarking and syndication through a user interface that allows editorial control. Users can be allowed to publish their own news stories, and link to their own or another person's site that links to a full story of the information, therefore driving traffic to that person's website and creating a larger market for sites that research and publish their own news articles and stories, such as CNN or smaller, privately owned websites.
    • Yale Literary Magazine - founded in 1836. The oldest literary magazine in the United States and publishes poetry and fiction by Yale undergraduates twice per academic year.
    • Yank, the Army Weekly - (1942-1945). Weekly magazine published by the United States military during World War II.
    • Yankee Magazine - founded in 1935 and is based in Dublin, New Hampshire, United States. It is a bimonthly magazine devoted to New England travel, home, food and features.
    • YOUTUBE - since 2005. Video-sharing website. In November 2006, it was bought by Google for US$1.65 billion. YouTube now operates as one of Google's subsidiaries. The site allows users to upload, view, and share videos, and it makes use of Adobe Flash Video and HTML5 technology to display a wide variety of user-generated and corporate media video. Available content includes video clips, TV clips, music videos, and other content such as video blogging, short original videos, and educational videos.
    • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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    • ZIMBIO - 1000s of online magazines.
    • Zite - "Tell Zite your interests and let it do the rest." Stop searching and get only what you care about. Zite delivers the best of your favorite magazines, newspapers, authors, blogs, and videos. Your Zite can be as unique as you are. Zite learns your interests and reading habits and gets smarter as you use it. You'll get the best of the web completely tailored to your unique set of interests.
    Oceania
  • Fiji Sun.
  • American Samoa Cook Islands Fiji French Polynesia
    Guam Marshall Islands New Caledonia Papua New Guinea
    Pitcairn Samoa Solomon Islands Tonga
    Vanuatu
      Fiji
    • Fiji Sun - since 1999. Daily newspaper. Online edition of the newspaper. Includes national and regional news, headlines, sports, and editorial column.
    • Fiji Times - since 1869. Daily English-language newspaper. It is Fiji's oldest newspaper still operating. The newspaper claims to be "The First Newspaper Published In The World Every Day".
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN Fiji
    South America
  • Jornal do Brasil.
  • Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile
    Colombia Ecuador Guyana Paraguay
    Peru Suriname Uruguay Venezuela
      Colombia
    • El Espectador - since 1887. Newspaper with national circulation.
    • El Tiempo - since 2011. Nationally distributed, broadsheet daily newspaper. As of 2012, it had the highest circulation in Colombia with an average daily weekday of 1,137,483 readers, rising to 1,921,571 readers for the Sunday edition.
    • El Universal - since 1948. Regional newspaper based in Cartagena de Indias.
    • LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN COLUMBIA
    South Atlantic
  • Falkland News.
  • Antarctica Ascension Island Falkland Islands
    Saint Helena Tristan da Cunha
    Whistleblower Sites
  • Wikileaks.
  • 10 famous/infamous whistleblowers - POLITICO.com.
  • A Guardian guide to US government Whistleblowers - "For employees of the United States government, blowing the whistle has long been a fraught decision. From Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the historic Pentagon Papers, to Edward Snowden, America's whistleblowers have faced varying personal and legal ramifications after the event."
  • About the Panama Papers - Süddeutsche Zeitung.
  • Bradley Manning - United States Army soldier who was convicted in July 2013 of violations of the Espionage Act and other offenses, after releasing the largest set of classified documents ever leaked to the public.
  • CRYPTOME - Wikipedia.
  • Edward Snowden - American computer specialist, former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and former contractor for the National Security Agency (NSA). He came to international attention when he disclosed thousands of classified documents to several media outlets. The leaked documents revealed operational details of global surveillance programs run by the NSA and the other Five Eyes governments of the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, with the cooperation of a number of businesses and European governments.
  • Find out who’s behind almost 320,000 offshore companies & trusts from the Panama Papers - Offshore Leaks Database.
  • Greatest Movie Whistleblowers - "The 10 Most Infamous Whistleblowers On Film." AskMen.
  • How Snowden escaped - National Post.
  • ICIJ OFFSHORE LEAKS DATABASE - The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
  • ICIJ releases The Paradise Papers - ICIJ.
  • Investigation of the Year awards - The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
  • Julian Assange - Australian publisher and journalist best known as the editor-in-chief of the whistleblower clearinghouse WikiLeaks, which he co-founded in 2006 after an earlier career in hacking and programming. WikiLeaks achieved particular prominence in 2010 when it published U.S. military and diplomatic documents leaked by Chelsea Manning. Assange has been under investigation in the United States since that time. In the same year he was accused of rape and other sexual offences in Sweden. In 2012, facing extradition to Sweden, he took refuge at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. There he remains, having been granted political asylum by Ecuador.
  • Julian Assange, a Man Without a Country - The New Yorker.
  • List of whistleblowers - "This is a list of major whistleblowers from various countries. The individuals below brought attention to abuses of government or large corporations. Many of these whistleblowers were fired from their jobs or prosecuted in the process of shining light on their issue of concern. This list is not exhaustive." Wikipedia.
  • Meet the Snowden of Swiss Banking - ICIJ.
  • OFFSHORE Leaks - the name of a financial scandal that unmasked details of 130,000 offshore accounts in April 2013. The report originated from the Washington D.C.-based investigative journalism nonprofit, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), who collaborated with reporters around the world to produce the series of investigative reports. 86 journalists from 46 countries were a part of the investigations including the BBC, The Guardian, the Washington Post, Le Monde, the SonntagsZeitung and the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
  • OPENLEAKS - Wikipedia.
  • Panama Papers - Wikipedia.
  • Panama Papers source breaks silence - The Guardian.
  • Panama papers: the names - "Search our database of 37,000 names linked to Mossack Fonseca companies in the tax haven of Panama." The Sunday Times.
  • Paradise Papers - Wikipedia.
  • Private lives are exposed as WikiLeaks spills its secrets - AP.
  • RUSLEAKS - RusLeaks, the fake version of WikiLeaks. English Pravda. Now closed.
  • The Panama Papers - "Politicians, Criminals and the Rogue Industry That Hides Their Cash." ICIJ.
  • The Panama Papers - The Power Players: 140 politicians from 50 countries.
  • Top 10 Most Influential Whistleblowers - Activist Post.
  • Vatileaks - the Vatileaks scandal is a scandal initially involving leaked Vatican documents, exposing alleged corruption; in addition, an internal Vatican investigation purportedly uncovered the blackmailing of homosexual clergy by individuals outside the Church. The scandal first came to light in late January 2012 in a television programme aired in Italy under the name of The Untouchables (Gli intoccabili).
  • 'Vatileaks' scandal a 'battle between good & evil' in the Catholic church - The Guardian.
  • Vault 7 - series of documents that WikiLeaks began to release on 7 March 2017, that detail activities and capabilities of the United States Central Intelligence Agency to perform electronic surveillance and cyber warfare. The files, dated from 2013–2016, include details on the agency's software capabilities, such as the ability to compromise smart TVs, web browsers (including Firefox, Google Chrome, and Microsoft Edge), and the operating systems of most smartphones (including Apple's iOS and Google's Android), as well as other operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • WatchDog Watcher - "exploring the changing landscape of global investigative journalism." We are in a pivotal moment for investigative journalism. It’s a moment ripe with opportunity, but it’s also one fraught with challenges and threats. In the West, the collapse of business models that have supported traditional media has led to fears about the demise of accountability journalism, especially in newspapers. Elsewhere, technology, democracy and globalization have opened up the media space, allowing exposure of wrongdoing that was not possible in the past.
  • What are The Panama Papers? - Biggest Leak in History.
  • What Happens When a Harassment Whistleblower Goes on the Science Job Market - Wired.
  • WHISTLEBLOWER - Wikipedia.
  • whistleblower supporter - "Everything about whistleblowers, of interest to whistleblowers and in support of whistleblowers."
  • Why be a Whistleblower? - "Should I be a whistleblower and report government fraud?"
  • Why WikiLeaks hates Hillary Clinton - Vox.
  • WIKILEAKS - Wikipedia.
  • WikiLeaks Dumps ‘Erdogan Emails’ After Turkey’s Failed Coup - Wired.
  • WikiLeaks releases Clinton Goldman Sachs speeches - CNN.
    • CRYPTOME - founded 1996. Functions as a repository for information about freedom of speech, cryptography, spying, and surveillance. "Cryptome welcomes documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide, in particular material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance - open, secret and classified documents - but not limited to those."
    • Football Leaks - since 2015. Website that reveals transfer fees, wages and contract information about famous footballers. The website has been described as the football version of WikiLeaks.
    • 
SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system managed by Freedom of the Press Foundation that media organizations use to securely accept documents from anonymous sources.
    • Freedom of the Press Foundation - non-profit organization founded in 2012 to fund and support free speech and freedom of the press. The organization is headed by both mainstream and alternative journalists such as Daniel Ellsberg and Xeni Jardin as well as activists, celebrities, and filmmakers. The mission is to help "promote and fund aggressive, public-interest journalism focused on exposing mismanagement, corruption, and law-breaking in government", and it offers a way to crowd-source funding for WikiLeaks and independent journalistic organizations. In October 2013, the Foundation released Secure Drop, developed in part by the late programmer Aaron Swartz. The tool allows for anonymous communication between two parties, allowing whistleblowers to contact journalists without ever exchanging one anothers' identities or contact information.
    • Honolulu Civil Beat - investigative news website that practices watchdog journalism related to the U.S. state of Hawaii. Journalists and editors at Civil Beat have traveled to other U.S. held territories and military installations in the Pacific, reporting on current and historical events about immigration and other issues. Civil Beat is headquartered in Honolulu, on the island of Oahu, and is published by Pierre Omidyar, founder of eBay.
    • International Consortium of Investigative Journalists | ICIJ - founded in 1997. "Leak To Us." Encourages whistleblowers everywhere to securely submit all forms of content that might be of public concern - documents, photos, video clips as well as story tips. "We accept all information that relates to potential wrongdoing by corporate, government or public service entities in any country, anywhere in the world. We do our utmost to guarantee the confidentiality of our sources."
    • OPENLEAKS - founded 2011. "Here and there and everywhere." The new whistleblowing website. "We are using our collective experience in an attempt to support, and help others to support whistleblowers; thus making the leaking of information more widespread, while simultaneously reducing the personal risk to those who fight corruption."
    • The Intercept - online publication launched in February 2014. Platform to report on the documents previously provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and fearless, adversarial journalism across a wide range of issues.
    • TRADE LEAKS by Greenpeace - founded 2010. "Whether you care about environmental issues, animal welfare, labour rights or internet privacy, you should be concerned about what is being negotiated behind closed doors on our behalf. The leaked documents on this site underline the strong objections civil society and millions of people around the world have voiced: TTIP, CETA, TiSA and JEFTA are about a huge transfer of power from people to big business."
    • VATI LEAKS - "Keeping the public updated on Church affairs while reinstating suppressed anvient knowledge." The Catholic Church is not for respectable people.
    • Whistleblowers UK - "Run by whistleblowers for whistleblowers." Our Mission: To provide advice and support for those who are considering acting on their conscience.
    • WIKILEAKS - founded 2006. "Courage is contagious." International non-profit organisation that publishes and comments on submissions of private, secret, and classified media from anonymous news sources and news leaks alleging government and corporate misconduct.
    • WSJ SAFEHOUSE - since 2011. "Securely Share Confidential Documents." Help The Wall Street Journal uncover fraud, abuse and other wrongdoing. Send documents to us using a special system built to be secure. Keep your identity anonymous or confidential, if needed.
    • Yanukovych Leaks - "On February 22, 2014 volunteer divers found nearly 200 folders of documents at a lake at the residence of former president of Ukraine. They had been thrown in the lake to destroy them as people were escaping the compound. A group of journalists and activists has undertaken to rescue, systematize and investigate the enormous wealth of information about the former owners of the residence. The recovered documents are being published on this website to make them available to journalists and citizens around the world." Contains more than 9,500 scanned originals.
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