Who makes the news in China? Men mainly. The 6th Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) China report, prepared by the Beijing-based NGO Media Monitor for Women Network, has revealed a gender imbalance in news coverage. Women only feature in 25% of articles. Download the full content form the website.
US newspaper front pages from events of historical and educational significance, from 9/11 to the Women’s March and School Walkout to firsts in politics.
A new historic social history resource recently launched, recording local life from the 1880s through to the digital age, the Express & Star Photo Archive is a leading regional newspaper published by The Midland News Association Ltd (MNA) with different editions covering the Black Country and Staffordshire. This site has been made possible by National […]
Analysis from The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/war-on-the-picket-line-how-the-british-press-made-a-battle-out-of-the-miners-strike-60470
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Europeana Newspapers is a new resource that allows researchers to access digitised newspaper collections from 22 national libraries across Europe. Major titles like Le Figaro are included. The search engine aggregates over 18 million historic newspaper pages. 10 million newspaper pages are being converted to full text. It has been extensively reviewed by Bob Nicholson […]
A new resource for those working on print media. The Irish Bibliography of Press History (IBPH) is an open access bibliography for the history of print media in Ireland. It focuses on scholarly, secondary literature. IBPH is produced by the Newspaper and Periodical History Forum of Ireland (NPHFI).