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Journalism and news in the Pacific
Pacific Islands News Association
"Regional organisation representing the interests of media professionals in the Pacific region. It links radio, television, newspapers, magazines, online services, national associations and journalism schools in 23 Pacific Island"
Pacific Islands Newspapers
A research guide that provides an excellent overview of historic and current news sources in the Pacific region.
Hawaiʻi - Newspapers
A research guide that describes, in detail, the news sources in Hawaiʻi.
Pacific journalism review
Call Number: PN5620 .P3
Publication Date: 1994 - present
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Founded at the University of Papua New Guinea in 1994, this peer-reviewed research journal explores journalism, media issues, communication and diversity in the South Pacific, Asia-Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. It is published by the Pacific Media Centre, School of Communication Studies, AUT University, and has links with the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism and the University of the South Pacific.
News agregators are websites that gather news from a variety of other sources, or in some cases simply offer links directly to other news sources. They generally feature the major news stories of the Pacific and are therefore the best place to start for most basic news research.
Created and maintained by the Pacific Islands News Association.
Pacific.Scoop is a regional “hub” partnership venture between AUT University’s Pacific Media Centre and the independent news portal Scoop Media.
Newzedge (New Zealand)
"A digest of stories from the world's online media mapping news, innovations and achievements by New Zealanders internationally." (Quoted from website home-page) Published once a week on Fridays.
Pacific Islands Report
Created by the East-West Center Pacific Island Development Program. Ceased in 2017.
Online only news sources
These news sources do not have a related print version.