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Here's a few search engines for newspapers, magazines, radio/TV stations and other news sources and organizations.

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This catalog of newspaper archives, sorted by state, lists the years covered in each archive, explains the pricing structure if it's not free and links to the archives themselves. It's maintained by volunteers of the Special Libraries Association.

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ACES was formed in 1997 by copy editors for copy editors to improve the standards of editing and the professional life of editors. Along with an annual conference, which offers dozens of workshops led by top-notch editors, the ACES Web site is a great resource for information about the language, job skills and career development.

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ASNE, founded in 1922, is the main organization for daily newspaper editors. Its initiatives focus on building credibility, improving diversity and defending the First Amendment.

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Perhaps the oldest and largest organization with 10,000 members, SPJ's mission is to protect the First Amendment and provide professional development for pros and students.

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APME works with AP to improve the journalism in the newspapers of its members. It's also the home of NewsTrain, which sends experts on the road for high-quality, low-cost training.

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Editors of weekly newspapers formed ISWNE in 1955 to help weekly papers improve news reporting and strengthen their editorial voices.

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The NCEW is the professional organization for editorial page editors and writers, and it places considerable emphasis on editing and managing the opinion sections of newspapers.

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AAJA encourages Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to consider a career in journalism and works for fairer and more accurate coverage of its community. The 2,000-member organization has 19 chapters and offers programming for students and professionals.

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NABJ was launched in 1975 by 44 men and women; it has grown to 3,300 members and is the country's largest organization for journalists of color. Its goals are to build community among black jurnalists, sensitize the media to issues of fairness and increasing the ranks of black journalists.

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The NAJA's mission is to help its members become better journalists and act as a watchdog against unfair or insensitive coverage of the community.

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NAHJ, with 2,300 members, provides workshops, seminars and an online job bank to promote the role of Hispanics in the industry.

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NCDJ was organized to educate journalists and educators on how to make sure disability reporting is accurate, fair and diverse.

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NLGJA was founded in 1990 in the living room of Leroy Aarons, a former executive editor at the Oakland Tribune who died in 2004. The organization's 1,300 members work for fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues.

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