- Columbia Journalism Review: CJR's links to locating experts
- Experts arranged by topic: Universities/Think Tanks, General and Authors sections are useful for one-stop shopping for experts on a wide variety of topics. Compiled by Kitty Bennett, news librarian at St. Petersburg Times
- Newswise Contact Directory: Database of universities, colleges, and other research organizations designed to help journalists find media contacts. It may be searched by institution name, location, subject area, or institution type
- Profnet: Connect with experts either by sending a query to their network of professional communicators or by searching nearly 20,000 expert profiles.
- World Bank experts: Arranged by subject area
Media Credentials & Accreditation
- Internet Public Library: Directory of online newspapers from around the world
- NewsAhead World News Forecast: Future world news headlines and the stories behind them - One year ahead for subscribers, One month ahead in the for free
- Factiva: Full text access to business sources including national and international newspapers, magazines, wire services, web sites and industry (trade) sources. Contact the librarian for a search of this database.
- Nexis: International news, business research, legal research, medical research and reference sources from 1964 - present. Contact the librarian for a search of this database.
- TripAdvisor: Unbiased travel reviews about hotels, attractions and restaurants around the world