News sources (newspapers, magazines, news blogs, news broadcasts, news feeds, etc.) are written by reporters (aka journalists) on topics of current interest.
When and Why You Should Use News Sources:
Remember: Not all news sources are created equal! Some have hidden (or obvious!) motives or political beliefs. Do some background research into who owns the news organization to learn more about it.
Want to know if we have a specific newspaper or magazine (e.g. The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Variety)? Use the search box to find full-text online or print newspapers and magazines:
The Library now offers access to the The New York Times Online. Temple faculty, staff, and students can register for access using their @temple.edu email address.
Need to search for current news articles -- from multiple perspectives? The following are some best bets.
Need to search for historical, archived news articles -- from multiple perspectives? The following are some best bets.
Need to find the contact information for a specific media company? Need to find circulation data or media kits? Use the following sources to find media listings and data.