This category is designated for sites that include news from perspectives which get less attention in the mainstream media. In this instance, "alternative" is used in a broad sense, as encompassing diverse perspectives outside of the mainstream views and analysis that dominate journalism and the media. (Although open to a variety of viewpoints, sites that promote extreme intolerance or violence or are otherwise deemed inappropriate will not be included within this category.)
Portal for international media reform movements, with news and resources about media issues. Includes features, commentary and links to media-democracy organizations and news sources.
Syndication service and online community of the alternative press, featuring news stories from alternative newsweeklies, magazines and web publications. Also includes resources for journalists and media employment listings.
The subculture search engine, providing access to up-to-date alternative news.
A global archive of independent, user-written, reviews of everything happening from the beginning of the millennium.
Brief daily news summaries with independent perspective.
Writers and photographers committed to covering stories about the environment, society, and development. Some content also available in German.
Features articles and opinions. Subjects include human rights, activists, emergency services, society and the environment.
News, analysis, and discussion on issues from progressive perspective on topics including economic justice, corporate welfare, urban sprawl, and tax reform.
Underground organization working to expose people to global issues through guerrilla programming through music videos, articles, and investigative reports. Includes a forum and a monthly newsletter.
Michael C. Ruppert's take on the connections between various news topics and events. Ashland, Oregon.