The core of the Cooperative African Newspapers Project is the African Newspapers Union List (AFRINUL), a centralized electronic database of holdings information for newspapers (all formats and all languages) published in sub-Saharan Africa. AFRINUL currently consolidates holdings information for collections in North America, and will later expand to include holdings in Africa, Europe, and elsewhere. You can e.g. search by title, country, city, language or years held.
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AllAfrica Global Media is a multi-media content service provider, systems technology developer and the largest electronic distributor of African news and information worldwide. This website is among the Internet's largest content sites, posting over 800 stories daily in English and French and offering a diversity of multi-lingual streaming programming as well as over 750,000 articles in our searchable archive. Strategic alliances with media and information technology companies, such as Comtex News Network, Radio France Internationale, and the BBC, extend AllAfrica's global reach. Content agreements with over 100 African news organizations generate steady revenues for the content partners and give them, in turn, access to the prize-winning reporting of the AllAfrica team. You must be a subscriber to access the AllAfrica archive and use our advanced search facility. Subscription is free of costs. ... [according to site editors` information]
Website of the library of the Centro de Estudos Africo-Orientais at the Universidade Federal da Bahia in Brazil, founded in 1959. Among others, the library offers an online database of about 20,000 national and international newspaper cuttings from the 1960ies until today. These newspaper cuttings were digitized and are available online for free. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The author assembled slightly more than 4,500 scanned articles from mainly two African American magazines (Jet and Hue) published during the 1950ies (1951-56). You will e.g. find old articles about Kwame Nkrumah or William Tubman. [editors ilissAfrica]
The site is run by voluntary congolese (Brazzaville) journalists. It is their aim to make an objective synthesis of most other Congolese sites which, according to Congopage director Songo, mostly are pro-government or pro-opposition. Furthermore, according to Songo still, Congopage has one of the most complete link lists for Congolese webpages on the internet. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
On this site, the African Press Organization offers press releases from all over the world concerning Africa and African topics. You can search for keywords or browse for countries and topics. You can also send your own press releases. [editors ilissAfrica]
"For fourteen years the Highway Africa conference has been at the centre of Africa’s debates on journalism and new media. The conference has over the years become the largest annual gathering of African journalists in the world." You will find a lot of information on the current conference, some information on past conferences can be found under "news". The "research" section offers you some free e-books concerning media and journalism in Africa (content see table of contents)....