the Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Committee of Concerned Journalists collaborated to create a joint site fostering dialogue on print, electronic, and Online Journalism practice and principles to raise professional standards. The site offers access to book, articles, speeches, essays, and curriculum plans sponsored or written by members of the associations.
World press freedom has an excellent presence in this Web site prepared by the committee to Protect Journalism (CPJ). CPJ, a “nonpartisan, nonprofit organization founded in 1981 to monitor abuses against the press and promote press freedom around the world,” has Tom Brokaw, Peter Arnett, Dan Rather, and Walter Cronkite among its current Board of Directors.
KansasOpenGov gives Kansans a clear look at how their state and local tax dollars are spent. It's one of three transparency sites listed on the State of Kansas web site; the other two sites are the state's own KanView and US OpenGov operated by The White House.