r/Journalism is a subreddit for professional journalists and journalism students to connect and discuss all things journalism.

It comprises both the industry and the practice of this discipline. You can filter posts on the dashboard according to the following flairs: Subreddit Guidelines, Industry News, Career Advice, Best Practices, Journalism Ethics, Tools and Resources, Labor Issues, Social Media and Platforms, and Press Freedom.

As you can see, this makes it a fantastic community to discuss everything related to journalism. Whether you are a student or a seasoned professional, r/Journalism will be of great help in getting support and advice.

On the other hand, there is a FAQ section where you can find different resources. For example, there are some college newspapers, tips to conduct an interview, a recommended reading list, and more.

Although the community does not allow job listings, it has a direct link to r/journalismjobs, a subreddit created by people of the community for this very purpose. It opens a space for journalists to get new career opportunities and for recruiters to find qualified journalists.


  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2008
  • Amount of members: 51,600
  • Online Group: No
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Find resources:
The community has a FAQ section with tips for conducting an interview. You can also access some college newspapers and a list of recommended readings.

Find a job:
The general dashboard does not have a job board but there is a direct link to a sibling community where members can post job offers and also get new career opportunities.

Interact with like-minded people:
The community is full of journalists at all career levels. From students to seasoned professionals and everything in between, you will find like-minded peers to interact with them and learn from them.


No requirements.


Networking Events

Members of r/Journalism interact through the subreddit. They have created different flairs to filter posts and communicate more effectively. Inside the community, you can find like-minded peers from journalism students to seasoned professionals, and discuss all things journalism.

Content Library

The FAQ section is filled with useful and relevant content. There is a list of recommended readings, which is divided into resources, articles, non-fiction, audio content, videos, and threads.

You can also access posts with higher education advice. Additionally, there are some tips for conducting an interview and several college newspapers.


Add a review


  • No comments yet.
  • You May Also Be Interested In