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  1. Communications Arts: The Science of Plain Language
    Plain language writing is a process that considers the needs of the readers, the purpose of the document, the message to be delivered and the constraints upon the writer.
  2. Journalism & Writing Topic Index in Sources Directory of Experts
    Spokespersons, Experts, and Resources

    A subject guide to experts and spokespersons on topics related to journalism and writing in the Sources directory for the media.
  3. Sources.com
    Portal for Journalists and Writers - The directory for reporters, writers, editors and researchers

    Sources is an information portal for journalists, freelance writers, news editors, authors, researchers and journalism students -- and a resource for organizations, institutions, businesses, and individuals who want to get media coverage of their expertise and their views on newsworthy topics.
    Journalists: Use Sources to find experts, media contacts, spokespersons, scientists, lobbyists, officials, speakers, university professors, researchers, newsmakers, CEOs, executive directors, media relations contacts, spokespeople, talk show guests, PR representatives, Canadian sources, story ideas, research studies, databases, universities, colleges, associations, businesses, government, research institutions, lobby groups, non-government organizations (NGOs), in Canada and internationally.
    Newsmakers: Use Sources to raise your profile and get media coverage. Sources is a powerful tool which complements and magnifies your other efforts to publicize yourself. See www.sources.com/Profile.htm, fill out the membership form, or call 416-964-7799.
  4. Sources Select Resources
    Reviews and information about print and online resources for journalists and researchers

    Reviews and information about print and online resources for journalists and researchers.
  5. Writing for broadcast
    Avoid the common pitfalls.