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News Organizations

As the Information Age continues to develop, news and information spans the globe like never before. Despite technology continuously making the world smaller, it still holds true that no one has its pulse on local news like the local media. MuniNet Guide helps you find the insights into what is happening in states and localities that can only be provided by the people who live there. We also help you find trade journals and publications, which offer valuable insights and analysis for a wide variety of industries and professions.

Top Picks
The following featured links are approved by MuniNet as exceptional online resources offering up-to-date information on topics that matter
  • Bond Buyer, The

    Founded in 1891, an independent and comprehensive paid-subscription information resource of news, analysis and data on municipal finance.

  • Center for Public Integrity, The

    Nonpartisan, nonprofit digital investigative news organization, reveals abuses of power, corruption and betrayal of public trust via investigative journalism.

  • Economist, The

    Established in 1843, provides authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology.

  • Financial Times (FT)

    Founded in 1888, one of the world’s leading business news organisations, providing news, comment, data and analysis to the global business community.  

  • FiveThirtyEight

    Created in 2008 by Nate Silver, the ESPN-owned blog covers a broad spectrum, including sports, politics, economics, science and popular culture.

  • Governing Magazine

    Covers politics, policy and management for state and local government leaders, by providing non-partisan news, insight and analysis.

  • ICMA SmartBrief

    International City/County Management Association's daily news briefing of local government-related news from hundreds of independent, online publications.

  • RealClearPolitics (RCP)

    Non-partisan convener of coverage and journalism source for reporting, commentary, and analysis on all sides of pressing public policy issues.

  • Stateline

    Published by The Pew Charitable Trusts, covers key state policy issues: fiscal and economic issues, health care, demographics, and the business of government.  

  • Wall Street Journal (WSJ)

    Founded in 1889, business-focused, international daily newspaper published six days a week by Dow Jones & Company.