Reference

Associations

Sites

* The Australian Press Council
* Committee to Protect Journalists
Organisation dedicated to the international defence of press freedom
* Commonwealth Press Union (CPU)
The Commonwealth Press Union is an association whose members are newspaper groups (some with several hundred newspapers), newspapers and news agencies in 49 countries of the Commonwealth.
* International Center for Journalists (ICFJ)
Dedicated to helping journalists worldwide raise the standards of journalism, especially in places with little tradition of a free press.
* International Federation of Audit Bureaux of Circulations
* International Federation of Journalists
International umbrella body for journalists' trade unions.
* International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)
Established to safeguard the telecommunications interests of the World's Press. Now its activities are primarily focussed on developing and publishing Industry Standards for the interchange of news data.
* New Zealand Community Newspapers Association
The New Zealand Community Newspapers Association Inc is the industry organisation of weekly newspapers in New Zealand delegated with the responsibility to foster, promote and safeguard the interests of community newspapers in New Zealand and to improve and regulate conditions and standards in the industry.
* New Zealand Press Association (NZPA)
A co-operative news agency owned by New Zealand's daily newspaper industry.
* New Zealand Press Council
* Newspaper Association of America
Newspaper Association of America
* Newspaper Publishers' Association of New Zealand (NPA)
The trade association of the NZ newspaper industry. It advises members, liases with other impacting organisations and represents the industry generally to the public.
* Nihon Shinbun Kyokai (NSK) - Pressnet Japan Newspaper Publishers & Editors Association
Pressnet is run by Nihon Shinbun Kyokai (NSK), The Japan Newspaper Publishers & Editors Association. NSK is an entirely independent and autonomous organization funded and operated by daily newspapers, news agencies and broadcasters.
* Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA)
* Pacific Islands Media Association
* Poynter Institute
* Press Complaints Commision
* World Association of Newspapers