The Journalism Library is excited to launch a new cool service to assist you with your research – video chat reference – which will enable you to connect with a librarian using Skype or Google+ Hangouts.
Enjoy virtual face time and screen-sharing demonstrations, all from the comfort of your couch. In addition to video chat "Walk-in Wednesdays," you may make evening and weekend appointments for video chat research assistance.
Take a look at the instructions for using these video chat technologies – and book your appointment today!
The Internet Archive TV News now contains an online collection of all tv news since 2009 from national U.S. networks. The collection contains 350,000 news programs and transcripts collected over 3 years and is updated with new broadcasts 24 hours after they are aired. Search from selected topics, or customize a search by keyword, network, station, and program title! Try it, and let me know what you think!
Did you know:
- Yahoo ranks #1 for having the most unique monthly visitors – over 39 million – to their online news sites?
- Time Warner ranks #1 in combined magazine circulation – over 32 million?
Find these statistics and more at Who Owns the News Media from the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism, an interactive database of companies who own news properties – online, newspaper, magazine, network tv, radio, and more – in the United States. Use the site to compare the companies, explore each media sector or read profiles of individual companies.
Need a convenient way to check the AP Stylebook? Try Columbia University Libraries new online version – AP Stylebook Online! This online version offers the same A-Z guide to usage, spelling, and punctuation, and offers a pronunciation guide with audio files.
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(This resource is available only to current faculty, staff, and students of Columbia University)