UK Press Gazette – print, web and broadcast news and analysi]]><![CDATA[s, plus jobs

www.journalism.co.uk – new trends and techniques, plus analysis of media issues. A great “how to” site, with lots of training podcasts

holdthefrontpage.co.uk – regional UK media news – essentially print – plus jobs

BBC College of Journalism – training site for BBC journalists, now open to all.

BBC College of Journalism blog – commentary on all aspects of media. Coventry staff have contributed to it.

Online Journalism Blog – leading UK site for online

Neiman Journalism Lab – “Pushing to the future of journalism — A project of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University”

Guardian Media – media news and comment

Roy Greenslade – City University professor’s Guardian blog, mostly print

Broadcast magazine – the clue’s in the name

Ariel – the BBC’s in-house news website, a good way of tapping into the culture inside the corporation

The Media Show – heavyweight Radio 4 programme on media issues such as press regulation

Pick of the Week – the best of BBC radio, good for examples of excellence

Feedback – Radio 4 listeners’ views on BBC broadcasting; excellent for insight into what works for audiences, often with responses from editors

AND MORE… from the BBC College of Journalism blogroll:

George Brock: thoughts on journalism past, present and future from City University’s head of journalism

The Media Blog: lively and often funny topical detail about UK media output

Memex 1.1: John Naughton’s online diary: comment on media output and technology from the journalist and academic

Arab Media & Society: Arab media and trends summarised by the American University in Cairo

British Journalism Review: selected pieces from the authoritative quarterly journal

MediaShift: PBS monitoring of the changing media world from a US perspective

Arts & Letters Daily: more interesting ideas and good writing than you will ever have time to read

FiveThirtyEight: Nate Silver of the New York Times writes data-based US politics blog (there are 538 electors in the US electoral college)

Alltop Journalism: links to the most recent posts on many journalism blogs

About the BBC: varied BBC blog about all things BBC-ish

Columbia Journalism Review: US academic perspectives

Facebook + Journalists: Facebook’s own guide to its use by journalists

Andy Dickinson: teacher of digital and online journalism at the University of Central Lancashire

Jon Slattery: UK media news from the former deputy editor of Press Gazette

Meeja Law: Judith Townend’s guide to media and legal issues

European Journalism Centre: global news from the Netherlands

Wannabee Hacks: information and experiences from aspiring journalists.