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The site is meant to be a resource for the public as well as journalists, will be updated regularly and will grow with new studies and new material. The new Journalism.org offers:
- A new Tools section designed to help journalists, teachers, students and the general public better understand the craft of journalism
- The latest Research
from PEJ/CCJ and others, including studies of how the media is covering
- The Daily
Briefing, a digest of stories about the news media Education and Training
- Job, Media and J-school links
Before the re-launch, the Project for Excellence and the Committee had separate homes on the web but a sizable amount of duplicative content. The new combined Journalism.org is designed to give those who visit either site easy access to information from both. No information from the old sites was removed.
"This new site is better organized, more comprehensive and more useful for journalists and the general public alike," said Project Director Tom Rosenstiel. "The tools section is a significant new addition, with hundreds of ideas, tools and strategies gathered over several years. We hope the site can be a portal for anyone interested in what the press does to learn from our work and gain access to those of others."
The Project for Excellence in Journalism is a journalist-run research
institute aimed at helping
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