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Accuracy in Media
Conservative watchdog group for fairness, balance and accuracy in news reporting.
Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR)
National media watchdog group advocating independence and criticism in journalism.
Media Research Center
Conservative group founded to bring political balance to the news media and responsibility to the entertainment media.
Independent Press Councils (IPC)
Containing details of press councils who have successfully adapted the idea of self-regulation to their own cultural and political context, to facilitate the exchange of views and information, and to promote and support self-regulation.
Watchdog organization tracing funding sources of many media and political organizations.
Nonprofit site dedicated to the political, social, and cultural impacts of the media.
Alternative Media Watch
Media group showcasing underreported news stories and issues.
Organization focusing on media literacy and the challenging of stereotypes commonly found in the media.
Media Monitors Network (MMN)
Non-profit, non-partial and non-political platform for serious media contributors and observers.
Foundation with goal of changing the way society and the mass media interact.
Columbia Journalism Review
Publication serving as a watchdog of the press in all its forms.
American Journalism Review
National magazine covering all aspects of print, television, radio and online media.
The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
Independent opinion research group studying attitudes toward the press, politics and public policy issues.
Monitoring the American television networks' weekday nightly newscasts.
Locating stories about significant issues of which the public should be aware, but is not, for one reason or another.
National Institute on Media and the Family
Providing research and education on the media's effect on families and children.
Media-focused nonprofit devoted to correcting statements and/or actions that do not responsibly reflect objective reality.
Center for Media and Public Affairs
Nonpartisan, nonprofit research organization in Washington, D.C., conducting scientific studies of the news and entertainment media.
Morality in Media
Established in 1962 by Father Morton A. Hill, S.J. (1917-1985), to combat obscenity and to uphold decency standards in the media. MIM maintains the National Obscenity Law Center, a clearinghouse of legal materials on obscenity law.
Wisconsin Public Radio show looking at current issues inside network television, cable, newspapers, magazines, the Internet and radio. Hosted by Dave Berkman. Audio archives link included.
Investigative reporting on the practices of public-relations and public affairs industry, from the Center for Media and Democracy.
On the Media
Site representing weekly, one-hour National Public Radio program devoted to media criticism and analysis.