It is not our intention to list sites you might come across easily. Here, we point out places that in our view are either very useful, or important.
http://journalisted.com/: excellent site, that allows you to analyse the output of journalists, including their coverage of specific topics. The ability to see how careers develop over time in terms of stories covered is essential. Ironically (or perhaps not) the actual biographical details of many journalists are sketchy. But an essential resource for both activists and serious researchers alike.
http://www.spinwatch.org/: a frequently updated and well set-out site, devoted to the important work of uncovering the links between lobbyists, PR spinmeisters & government policy. In an era where the Con-Dem(n) government is extending privatisation beyond even New Labour's wildest dreams (a feat in itself), an essential resource. Though the fact that the Joseph Rowntree Trust seem to be their largest donor guarantees they'll not be organising revolution anytime soon.
http://spinwatchwatch.wordpress.com/ : an attack site, devoted to criticising Spin-watch, worth including because it alleges Spinwatch veers towards anti-semitism (unacceptable) rather than anti-Zionism (entirely legitimate). A charge Spinwatch strongly refute.
See: http://www.spinwatch.org/blogs-mainmenu-29/david-miller-unspun-mainmenu-31/5382-on-alexander-meleagrou-hitchens-comment-is-free-piece. On balance, we side with Spinwatch: and like them, indeed we cannot be the only people wanting to know, who funds Spinwatch-watch?