Online News DirectoriesLANIC News Links News links from UT-LANIC provides comprehensive coverage of news sources by country. Separate pages cover:
Journals & Magazines, http://www.lanic.utexas.edu/la/region/epub/
Radio & Television, http://www.lanic.utexas.edu/la/region/radiotv/
Latin American Library, Tulane University, Electronic Periodicals on Latin America & the Caribbean Access to an extensive list of electronic publications and news services. Some resources are by subscription and access is restricted to Tulane users. Contact: Paul Bary [email@example.com. tulane.edu]
Latin American Newsgroups via IGC A list of conferences on Latin American topics; some lists go back to 1990 or earlier. Access to the newsgroup contents requires subscription or membership in an affiliate organization.
Online Publications from & about Latin America Excellent set of links to online newspapers, wire services and many other kinds of publications. Includes a detailed directory of Mexican Newspapers by State. Compiled by Rita Wilson at UT-San Antonio [firstname.lastname@example.org]
AJR NEWSLINK From American Journalism Review, an excellent directory to media sources (newspapers, magazines, radio, TV) worldwide.
Selected PublicationsBorderLines, http://www.us-mex.org/borderlines/ A monthly publication produced by the Interhemispheric Resource Center provides news on issues in the US-Mexico border region.
Frontera Norte Sur, http://www.nmsu.edu/~frontera Monthly news digest with daily updates covering the US-Mexico border. Includes border crossing statistics, health, environment, immigration reports and more. Archives available back to 1996. Center for Latin American Studies, New Mexico State University. For more info contact [email@example.com]
Human Development Report, http://www.undp.org/hdro/ Major report on the state of the worlds' peoples, produced annually since 1990 by the United Nations Development Program. This website provides full text access to the current (released June 29, 2000) report and an archive of previous reports.
Information Services on Latin America (ISLA), http://www.igc.org/isla Well-known for many years to Latin American researchers for its Latin American news publications, the ISLA website provides online current events and in-depth coverage of special events each month. Produced by the DataCenter, http://www.igc.org/datacenter/ a non-profit, progressive research organization in Oakland, CA.
Latin American Newsletters, http://www.latinnews.com Provides sample issues and some full text articles from "Latin American Regional Reports," "Latin America Weekly Report," and other specialized newsletters. Also contains subscription information and a live newsfeed with important regional stories. More information via email [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Migration News/Migration Dialogue, http://migration.ucdavis.edu A monthly summary of immigration developments covering many world regions, including Latin America and the US-Mexican border. Produced by the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of California--Davis , the journal is distributed via email and is archived back to 1994.
NACLA REPORT--North American Congress on Latin America, http://www.nacla.org/ Progressive research on politics, environment, labor, development, etc. Website includes back issues and contents back to 1987. Email: email@example.com]
Planeta.com: Global Journal of Practical Ecotourism, http://www.planeta.com/ http://www.planeta.com/ More than a publication, this is the most extensive collection of ecotravel and tourism resources on the web. Compiled by Ron Mader [firstname.lastname@example.org], the Planeta website contains a wealth of original articles, including ecology and tourism resource guides. The site focuses on Latin America and sponsors the Latin America Media Project and the Directory of Spanish Language Schools.