J-Source on the web

Find us on Facebook Start or join a discussion in the J-Source Group and meet others who share your interest in journalism issues. Or, follow our J-Source Page for highlights from the site. You can also make friends with CJF Programs to stay on top of J-Source news as well as other CJF programming activities. (Facebook account required).
J-Source on Twitter

J-Source on Friendfeed

Follow our condensed RSS feed on Twitter or Friendfeed (account required). We’ll retweet anything of interest to our readers, and also tweet about events, work in progress, and other J-Source activity offsite.
J-Source on LinkedIn Join our LinkedIn group and connect with other journalism professionals (account required).

If you read an article you like, click on this button to save it or share it. You can e-mail it to a friend, add it to your bookmarks, choose a bookmarking site like del.icio.us or Digg, or post it to Facebook or other networks. Use the “jsource” tag so people can find similar content.
Click on the RSS link from any category page and you will be taken to the RSS feed for that category. You will then be asked to subscribe to that feed by choosing an RSS reader. Many browsers offer built-in RSS readers. Yahoo, MSN and Google also allow you to add feeds to your own customized homepage with news stories and articles from websites of your own choosing. How you decide to aggregate your RSS feed is up to you. The J-Source feeds can be read by any aggregator (no account required). Directory of all our feeds.