August 12, 2016 — Here’s a brief list of Twitter accounts that can help college and high school students stay on top of journalism issues. Let me know if I’ve missed a favorite of yours.
@APstylebook – provided by Associated Press to complement the AP Style Guide.
@brianstelter — maintained by Brian Stelter, Brian Stelter, a media reporter for The New York Times known for his digital journalism reporting.
@CJR – provided by the Columbia Journalism Review, a bimonthly magazine published by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
@comminternships — maintained by journalism educator Steven Chappell, the site offers a list of “internships and jobs of interest to students majoring in communications.”
@jayrosen_nyu – maintained by Jay Rosen, a professor of journalism at New York University, who keeps up on all things digital journalism.
@jjobs_tweets — presented to keep journalists informed of job openings and career tips.
@JournalistsLike — kept by a pair of journalists who collaborate on Stuff Journalists Like, “a satirical blog about journalism and the media.”
@journtoolbox — maintained by Mike Reilly, a teacher at Arizona State University, this feed in linked to a huge resource of journalism tools.
@ONA – created by the Online News Association, which hosts an annual journalism conference and awards program.
@Poynter – established by the Poynter Institute, a non-profit journalism institute based in Florida.
@romenesko — established by Jim Romenesko, who writes a blog that features “news, commentary and links about journalism and media.”
@stevebuttry — maintained by Steve Buttry, a former digital transformation editor at Digital First Media.