|Ethnic NewsWatch||1960+||Interdisciplinary, bilingual (English and Spanish), full text database of the newspapers, magazines and journals of the ethnic, minority and native press.|
|ABYZ News Links||Links to online newspapers and other news sources worldwide. Primarily composed of newspapers but also includes many broadcast stations, internet services, magazines, and press agencies.|
|Alt-Press Watch||Earliest date is 1970. Most start in the 1990s.||Full-text database of newspapers, magazines, and journals from alternative and independent presses.|
|Center for Research Libraries. Global Resources Network. Newspapers||Searchable catalog of the extensive collection of international, USA, and Civilian Conservation Corps Camp newspapers held by the Center for Research Libraries and available via interlibrary loan.|
|Dateline||1985+||Contains articles from local & regional publications that chronicle the day-to-day operations of U.S. and Canadian companies. Important business trends and events as well as regional market & economic conditions also receive considerable coverage.|
|FACTS.com||1940+||Provides digest of major news stories around the world.|
|GenderWatch||1970+||Full text database of unique and diverse publications that focus on how gender impacts a broad spectrum of subject areas.|
|Keesing's Record of World Events Online||1960+||Monthly digest of worldwide political, diplomatic and economic affairs.|
|listsofnewspapers.com||Directory of newspapers from around the world.|
|Newspaperindex.com||Links to newspapers and front pages from around the world.|
|World Press Trends Database||1998+||Primary source of data on the newspaper industry world-wide. For each of more than 70 countries and territories, a broad range of annual data includes elements such as the number of titles and circulation, advertising costs and income, sales revenue, number of journalists and employees, salary costs, and costs for newsprint.|
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