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Broadcast News & News Services

  • Al Jazeera English - AJE
    Curious about the Arab perspective on Middle East news stories? This site provides news on Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries, from one of the most popular news sources in the Arab World. Also includes news on the economy, culture, science and technology.
  • AlterNet - Alternative News
  • BBC NEWS | News Front Page
  • C-SPAN | Capitol Hill, The White House and National Politics
  • CNN
  • Google News
    Google News is a computer-generated news site that aggregates headlines from news sources worldwide, groups similar stories together and displays them according to each reader's personalized interests.
  • New Music USA
    "A portal to invaluable resources that it produces for contemporary musicians and composers as well as their audiences. . . . Highlighted under the section for media are a streaming radio site for American music and Online Library, a comprehensive database of works by living American composers." Choice Oct. 2012.
  • NPR : National Public Radio
  • PBS
  • Reuters
  • SBS - Special Broadcasting Service
  • Voice of America - News in 53 Languages
  • World Public Opinion
    The Program on International Policy Attitudes offers "in-depth information and analysis on public opinion from around the world on international issues." Search for opinions by region of the world or by topic, or by topic within a region. Subject categories include development & aid, the environment, globalization & trade, international security, justice & human rights, views on specific countries and regions, biotechnology, women's issues, etc. Specific reports include "The American Public on the Islamic World,""The Darfur Crisis: African and American Opinion," "Poll of 27 Countries on the Most Significant Events of 2005," 23 Nation Poll: who Will Lead the World?," Global Poll Finds Diverse Economic Perceptions," and many, many more. Each report outlines the poll's methodology and offers a copy of the questionnaire used.

News Magazines

  • Economist.com
  • Newsweek
  • TIME
  • US News & World Report
  • JSTOR Daily  
      
    "Where news meets its scholarly match".
    "In addition to weekly feature articles, the magazine publishes daily blog posts that provide the backstory to complex issues of the day in a variety of subject areas, interviews with and profiles of scholars and their work, and much more."

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