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Nova Scotia Historical Newspaper Project
Memorial University of Newfoundland - Saint John's

Abstract: Following a pan-provincial consultation session at the Nova Scotia Archives, Libraries Nova Scotia with funding from the Nova Scotia Community Access Program (C@P) facilitated a newspaper digitization pilot project. The Nova Scotia Archives and the Mi'kmaq College Institute both hosted scanning technicians who completed over 19,000 pages over a seven month period. The Memorial University Digital Archives Initiative (DAI) is hosting a selection of newspapers scanned at Cape Breton University. The list features a complete run of the Micmac News and a selection of other Cape Breton related papers. The publications available include: Billa Na Queg (A New Day), 1964 (1 issue) Micmac News, (Membertou), 1965-1992 (Full run) The Thermometer (Sydney), 1899-1900 (4 issues) The Nova Scotia Gleaner (Sydney), 1929 (1 issue) The Cape Breton News (Sydney), 1850-1852 (106 issues) The Daily Advocate (Sydney), 1878 (2 issues) The Cape Breton Advocate, (Sydney), 1899, 1840 (2 issues) The Daily Times (Sydney), 1878 (1 issue) The Sydney Booster (Sydney), 1935 (1 issue) Glace Bay Enterprise (Glace Bay), 1896 (2 issues) Semi-Weekly Express (Sydney), 1879 (4 issues) (application/pdf)

Le Monde Diplomatique
Le Monde diplomatique - Halimi, Serge

Abstract: Internetseite der französischen Monatszeitschrift Le Monde diplomatique. (text/html)

G+J PresseDatenBank
Gruner + Jahr AG & Co. - Hamburg

Abstract: Mehrere Millionen Artikel aus deutschen Zeitungen und Zeitschriften aus 5 Jahrzehnten im Direktzugriff, tägliche Aktualisierung des Bestandes, professionelle Verschlagwortung, Anzeige, Ausdruck, Fax- und Mail-Versand der gesuchten Artikel. Die Benutzung der Pressedatenbank ist kostenpflichtig! (text/html)

Digital Library Center Projects: Caribbean Newspaper Imaging Project
Gainesville - University of Florida / George A. Smathers Libraries

Abstract: Informationsseite der University of Florida / George A. Smathers Libraries über Projekte des Digital Library Centers. Die Seite bietet auch Zugang zu den digitalisierten Titeln, u. a. "Diario de la Marina" aus Kuba und "Le Nouvelliste" aus Haiti. (text/html)

Chinese media guide
Alhambra - Chinese Advertising Agencies, Inc.

Abstract: Der "Chinese Media Guide" ist ein umfassender Führer zu chinesischen Medien (Zeitungen, Fernseh- und Radiostationen, Websites), die ausserhalb Chinas erscheinen. Mit ausführlichen Beschreibungen und Links zu den einzelnen Titeln. (text/html)

Al-Akhbar - Beirut

Abstract: Al Akhbar is a daily Arabic language newspaper published in a semi tabloid format in Beirut. It also started an English version published on the Internet. The paper defines itself as progressive, and is supportive of anti-Israeli activities by several organisations that proclaim themselves as a resistance movement. Some Lebanese, US and Saudi sources have labelled them as being pro-Hezbollah. (application/pdf)

The Cambridge Press
Cambridge Public Library - Cambridge, Mass.

Abstract: The Cambridge Press is a weekly newspaper that serves Cambridge, Massachusetts. (application/pdf)

Cambridge Sentinel
Cambridge Public Library - Cambridge, Mass.

Abstract: The Cambridge Sentinel is a weekly newspaper that serves Cambridge, Massachusetts. (application/pdf)

Cambridge Tribune
Cambridge Public Library - Cambridge, Mass.

Abstract: The Cambridge Tribune is a weekly newspaper that serves Cambridge, Massachusetts. (application/pdf)

Reporters sans Frontières
Reporters without Borders -

Abstract: www.rsf.org is a news website devoted to press freedom. Reporters Without Borders maintains this multilingual (French, English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic and Persian) website in order to keep a daily tally of attacks on press freedom as they occur throughout the world. Updated several times a day, it functions like a press-freedom news agency. It gives Internet users an opportunity to act as a group to demand the release of jailed journalists by signing on-line petitions. To circumvent censorship, it presents occasionally articles that have been banned in their country of origin, hosts newspapers that have been closed down in their homeland and serves as a forum where journalists who have been "silenced" by authorities can voice their opinions. This website, which welcomes 150,000 to 200,000 visitors per month, also provides complete reports on cases covered in the press, as well as a daily "barometer" summarising the most recent attacks on press freedom. (text/html)