reporter.org is home to several mailing lists, some public, some private. Mailing lists are one of the most effective tools available to reporters, as they offer near-instaneous many-to-many communication and require only an email address to participate.
While we set up and maintain mailing lists mostly for organizations on reporter.org, we are also able to provide mailing list service for most worthy and relevant causes. If you are interested in setting up a mailing list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also maintain searchable, HTML-ized archives of our mailing lists, as well as several list archives not currently hosted at reporter.org.
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Mailing lists and archives hosted by IRE
AAJABoard: The mailing list for members of AAJA's Board of Directors.
AAJACamp: The mailing list for Asian-American Journalist's Association.
AAJAOnLine: The mailing list for members of the Asian-American Journalist's Association is a list for AAJA announcements.
elp: The mailing list for ELP's participants and graduates.
Baltics-l: This listserv is a working group on helping Baltic journalists form an IRE-like organization.
Board: The mailing list for members of IRE's Board of Directors.
Census-l: A listserve hosted by Investigative Reporters and Editors and the National Institute for Computer-Asssisted Reporting--is intended for journalists who are preparing to cover the release of the 2000 Census.
Compcom-l: The IRE computer committee mailing list. The purpose of this list is to facilitate discussion between members of the IRE computer committee.
Dicar-web: The mailing list for the Dutch Institute for computer assisted reporting.
Intracar: The intracar mailing list is for discussion of topics related to running and developing for CAR intranets.
IRE-l: This mailing list is for discussion of IRE and investigative reporting techniques in general.
IREbc-l: The mailing list for IRE members who work in broadcast.
IREplus-l: The best listserv for discussing investigative reporting and editing techniques and resources.
JrnTrain: The purpose of this list is to dicuss all aspects of training journalists in the use of technology to enhance the newsgathering process.
Milverton-l: This listserv is for a working group putting together a curriculum for an England seminar.
NICAR-l: This mailing list is for discussion of NICAR and computer-assisted reporting techniques in general.
Reporter-announce: The mailing list for general announcements about the reporter.org web project.
Reporter-develop: The mailing list for people involved with the reporter.org web project. Highly technical.
Scandcar-l: This listserv is for a small working group of CAR journalists in Scandanavia.
Storyideas: For stories from our own database,the IRE Resource Center can provide you with a detailed report of how the story was done.
CFIC-l: The mailing list for discussion of campaign finance reporting tools and techniques.
CFIC-update: This is a listserv setup to contain CFIC reporters and editors.
CFICweb: This listserv is to be used for recorded, archived design discussions and announcements about campaign finance database publishing on the web.
EWA-l: This mailing list is for discussion among EWA members.
Highered-l: The mailing list for members of EWA.
JAWS-board: The mailing list for members of JAWS's Board of Directors.
JAWS-members: The mailing list for members of JAWS.
NLGJAC-l: The mailing list for members of NLGJA.
NYABJ-admin: The NYABJ administration mailing list.
NYABJ: The mailing list for NYABJ.
Pi-l: The mailing list for Periodistas de Investigacion.
SEJ-board: The mailing list for members of SEJ's Board of Directors.
SEJ-conf: The mailing list for discussion of SEJ's next national conference.
SEJ-espanol: The mailing list for spanish members of SEJ.
SEJ-exec: The mailing list for SEJ's executive committee.
SEJ-mail: A mailing list for distribution of news releases and other information of interest to members of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
SEJ-region: The mailing list for discussion of SEJ's regional conferences and other activities.
SEJ-student: The mailing list for discussion of SEJ's student activities.
SEJ-Talk: SEJ members-only discussion list.
SEJannounce: A mailing list for distribution of official news and announcements from the home office of the Society of Environmental Journalists. This list is open only to SEJ members in good standing.
SEJtipsheet: The mailing list for distribution of tipsheets from SEJ.