An excellent site for communication scholarship. British-based, well-constructed, and easy to negotiate. TV and Radio section has subsections such as Children and TV, TV and Gender, and TV and Violence.
Links to Communication Studies Resources (U of Iowa)
This major site offers links on the home page to listservs, journals, and sites organized in broad subject categories (Advertising, Media Studies, etc.) plus many additional pages of annotated resources in Communication and Media Studies.
Southern States Communication Associatio(SSCA)
Click on “Divisions.” Each division has a home page with links pertaining to the interests of division members. “Popular Culture,” for instance, maintains an annotated list of links to electronic journals, organizations, international pop culture sites, etc.
NonVerbal Communication Research Page
Links to resources in this subject: organizations, journals, people studying nonverbal communication and interpersonal sensitivity. Maintained by a psychology professor.
Mercury Theater on the Air
The Mercury Theater on the Air is most famous for the “War of the Worlds” broadcast on Halloween, 1938, when listeners who tuned in late thought aliens were actually landing in the Northeast. At this site you can listen to many of the Mercury Theater broadcasts by using RealAudio or by downloading them.
Television News Archives, Vanderbilt U.
Index to and source for the most extensive collection of network news. Searchable by date, year, and keyword. Index is free, but if you want full text, it will cost you. Very valuable source.