Encyclopedia of Television
Museum of Broadcast
Communication -- Includes more than 1,000 original
essays from over 250 contributors, examining
specific programs, historic moments and trends,
major policy disputes, and scandals. Covers the
histories of major television networks and
broadcasting systems around the world.
Television News Archive
Source: Vanderbilt University --
World's most extensive collection of network
television news. Includes abstracts of evening news
programs and special programs.
Media Awareness Network
“Media Violence", "Media Stereotyping",
"Online Hate", "Information Privacy"
Center for Media and Public Affairs
A nonpartisan research organization
A non-partisan research organization.
Media Research Center
A conservative media watchdog group.
Pew Research Center for the People and
An independent media research organization
Adbusters. Smart, funny media analysis
group aiming to bring real “truth in
advertising.” Includes parodies of
advertisements, and offers various ways to
become a media activist.
AdFlip.com. Bills itself as the most
extensive collection of contemporary and
historical print ads online.
Advertising Age magazine. A useful
resource for looking inside the advertising
False Advertising. A gallery of nasty ad
and logo parodies.
ScreenSite. The single most useful
academic film and television studies site.
Includes links for production, history, audience
analysis, and much more.
TV Guide magazine. Useful
commercial site for tracking trends in TV
CineMedia: Television. Billed as the
largest media site on the net, CineMedia's
television section is indeed a vast resource on
all aspects of TV
All Music Guide As the name suggest,
a very comprehensive guide to all forms of pop,
rock and related musics.
ArtistDirect: Music Very
comprehensive mainstream site with links to
message boards, chat rooms, fan sites, and news
Billboard Magazine Long the main
industry magazine, famous for its top sellers
charts. Site includes much useful info,
especially on the business side of pop music.
Experience Music Project Located
non-virtually in a stunning Frank Gehry designed
building in Seattle, this virtual sight includes
much great info on the history and present of