Journalist's Resource, a project of Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy
Leading up to the 2020 election, Journalist’s Resource will expand its health coverage with roundups and summaries of peer-reviewed research on health policy, as well as tip sheets with best practices for reporting on research.
For over a decade, Journalist’s Resource has been a trusted source for journalists seeking to find and understand peer-reviewed research on a variety of topics. JR’s weekly e-mail newsletter now has more than 51,000 subscribers and more than 53,000 people follow JR on Twitter. As newsrooms become increasingly short-staffed, JR helps to bridge the gap between academia and journalism to inform high-quality reporting. JR has informed numerous articles from large and small media organizations. Everything on the JR site is published under a Creative Commons license, meaning newsrooms are free to share JR content on their own websites.