• MEGASOURCES: Surfing for Information and Journalism Resources

    MEGASOURCES

    Last updated March 15, 2014
     

    Version 2014 (January 2014) online here since 1994, now celebrating 20 years!

    compiled by
    DEAN TUDOR
    Emeritus Professor, School of Journalism, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

    Corrections/comments to dtudor@ryerson.ca

    "Look it up -- you'll remember it longer. Screw it up, and you'll remember it forever!". What follows are basic gateways. Occasionally, links suffer from glitches and/or computers being down or busy. This does not mean that the link is incorrect or dead: it may be temporarily "out of order" or overextended. There are alternate gateways in this listing, so just go to a related link. Sometimes, links do move, and I try to keep up as much as humanly possible (sigh)...


    For finding EXPERTS, try:

    In your email, outline your story, mention your publication, give your deadline, state your information needs, and sign off with your name and email address.

    For BASIC stuff (as itemized by other journalists and researchers), try: