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I hope this course helps you bring your article from concept to publication and that you're ready to take on any other assignments that come your way. If you would like to go further, here are some resources that could help you. The best way to find out about the industry is to be active in it. Start by checking out the journalism organizations listed by the American Journalism Review at ajr.org. You'll probably also get a lot of views from other links under their Resources menu. I found a nicely annotated list of groups in an article by Jeremy Porter: 30 Organizations Dedicated to Keeping Journalism Great.

It's on journalistics.com, which has lots of great posts about both journalism and public relations. As you move forward, you will want to educate yourself about legalities surrounding journalism. A good place read up on that is the Citizen Media Law Project's Legal Guide. For a concise overview, scroll to the bottom of that page and click Risks Associated with Publicat...

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