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Discover free online resources that can provide information on emerging trends, historical background, current events and more.
An online speech bank that offers full text transcriptions for a large collection of major speeches given in the United States. A variety of speeches are available in audio and video format.
BBC Country Profile
The BBC provides a complete profile for every country, including a media section with information on current events and happenings plus archived audio and video clips.
Center for Media and Social Impact
This research center, located at the American University, studies media for social impact, including what the future of public media might look like and its fair use. Resources offered entail case studies, interviews, reports and teaching tools.
International Association of Business Communicators
This site is a valuable resource for research in the field of business communications. While some of the content is restricted to members only, unrestricted content includes the current digital issue of the IABC's award-winning "Communication World" magazine, a blog highlighting relevent topics for students and articles on emerging trends in the communication field.
Online Journalism Review
A project of USC Annenberg that focuses on emerging trends in the digital journalism field.
Pew Research Center
The Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan American think tank which is based in Washington, D.C. It provides information on social issues, public opinion, and demographic trends shaping the United States and the world. It also conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis, and other empirical social science research.
This nonprofit, nonpartisan organization seeks to educate the public on current controversial issues through topic overviews, research reports and multimedia presentations.
The Museum of Broadcast Communications
MBC is dedicated to preserving the history of broadcasting and offers an Encyclopedia of Television that discusses networks, programs, TV personalities, genres and more. Information sources include photos and original sources.