80 Best Journalism Blogs and Websites

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1. The Western Journal

The Western Journal Phoenix, Arizona, US
The Western Journal is a news company that drives positive cultural change by equipping readers with truth.
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4.9M 46.7K 17 posts / day Get Email Contact More

2. Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism

Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
The Nieman Journalism Lab is an attempt to help journalism make the uneasy transition into the Internet age. We identify and promote innovation in how the news gets reported, shared, and consumed — whether that's at traditional news organizations, the new generation of online startups, or something in between. A project of Harvard University.
66.1K 301K 6 posts / week Get Email Contact More

3. The New York Times | Lens Blog

 The New York Times | Lens Blog New York, US
Lens,the photojournalism blog of The New York Times presents the finest visual reporting, including photos, and stories from across nytimes.com.
525.9K 1.1M 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

4. Quill

Quill Indianapolis, Indiana, US
When you read Quill, the Society of Professional Journalists' national magazine, you have your finger on the pulse of American journalism - its challenges, opportunities and responsibilities. For more than 90 years, Quill has been a respected and sought-after resource for journalists, industry leaders, students and educators on issues central to journalism.
47.5K 87.3K 2.2K 3 posts / month Get Email Contact More

5. Youth Ki Awaaz: Citizen Journalism & News, Voice Of Youth.

Youth Ki Awaaz: Citizen Journalism & News, Voice Of Youth. India
Stories that matter, contributed by you: YKA covers India, news, politics, pop culture, gender, human rights, LGBT issues, music, arts and world events.
539.3K 118.2K 30 posts / week Get Email Contact More

6. Mediaite

Mediaite New York, US
Mediaite is a news and opinion blog and aggregator for the media industry. Coverage includes newspapers, magazines, online, and television. The power grid ranks
231K 172.1K 1.3K 22 posts / day Get Email Contact More

7. NYU Journalism

NYU Journalism New York City, New York, US
NYU Journalism is dedicated to public knowledge, public information and public debate.
13.7K 991 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

8. Beyond Bylines - PR Newswire for Journalists

 Beyond Bylines - PR Newswire for Journalists Beltsville, Maryland, US
Covering the Intersection of Journalism, Emerging Media and Blogging. Here you will find media industry news, as well as a selection of real-time headlines from PR Newswire.
1.3K 5.9K 5 posts / month Get Email Contact More

9. OpenSecrets Blog

OpenSecrets Blog Washington, District of Columbia, US
OpenSecrets Blog, the latest in money-and-politics news and related investigative journalism.
129.4K 165.8K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

10. Press Gazette | British Journalism News

Press Gazette | British Journalism News London, England, UK
Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965. Our mission is to provide journalism news and information service which helps the UK journalism.
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3.2K 78.1K 23 posts / week May 2004 Get Email Contact More

11. Poynter

Poynter Saint Petersburg, Florida, US
Founded in 1975, Poynter is an inspirational place but also a practical one, connecting the varied crafts of journalism to its higher mission and purpose.
72.4K 219.3K 3 posts / day Get Email Contact More

12. Scripting News

Scripting News New York, US
Scripting News is the longest running weblog on the internet. Dave Winer, a software developer and writer, explores developments in the journalism, as well as a range of other issues that ignite his interest.
66.8K 9 posts / day Get Email Contact More

13. Jim Romenesko

Jim Romenesko American journalist Jim Romenesko provides daily news, commentary, and insider information about journalism and media on his blog.
106.4K Get Email Contact More

14. The Functional Art

The Functional Art US
This blog is by Alberto Cairo, discusses data journalism in general, with a focus on visualisation and infographics.
67.6K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

15. One Man & His Blog

One Man & His Blog One Man and His Blog is a blog about the intersection of digital technology, journalism and publishing strategy by Adam Tinworth.
197 9K 4 posts / week Get Email Contact More

16. Media Nation

Media Nation Media Nation by Dan Kennedy , the press, politics, technology, culture and other passions.
19K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

17. The Authentic Storytelling Project

The Authentic Storytelling Project Coral Springs, Florida, US
The Authentic Storytelling Project features stories that help you find customers, connect with customers, donors, advocates and others. This blog is a guide for newbie marketers and and answers their basic social media queries.
64.7K 1 post / day Oct 2006 Get Email Contact More

18. Online Journalism Blog

Online Journalism Blog Birmingham, England, UK
The Online Journalism Blog publishes comments, analyses, and links covering online journalism and online news, data journalism, citizen journalism, blogging, vlogging, photo blogging, podcasts, vodcasts, interactive storytelling, publishing, Computer-Assisted Reporting, User Generated Content, searching, and all things internet.
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984 1 post / week Oct 2004 Get Email Contact More

19. Ethical Journalism Network

Ethical Journalism Network London, England, UK
The EJN (Ethical Journalism Network) strengthens the craft of journalism and promotes higher ethical standards in media through education, training & publication of useful research.
994 14.3K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

20. The Slow Journalism | Delayed Gratification

 The Slow Journalism | Delayed Gratification London, England, UK
Delayed Gratification is the world's first Slow Journalism magazine, a beautiful quarterly publication which is proud to be 'Last to Breaking News'.
9.1K 12.1K 6K 3 posts / week Get Email Contact More

21. Free Press Fail

Free Press Fail Washington, District of Columbia, US
So much for Objective Journalism. We shine a light on media failures to fight fake news, mock liberal-self righteousness, call out big tech censorship, and help you identify TDS.
428 5.1K 3 posts / day Get Email Contact More

22. Simon Rogers

Simon Rogers San Francisco, California, US
This blog covers a variety of areas within journalism, with information for those starting out, as well as more experienced journalists.
35.1K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

23. Robb Montgomery

Robb Montgomery Berlin, Germany
Mobile journalism expert Robb Montgomery gives useful tips and advice on visual storytelling by reviewing the latest mojo equipment, apps and technology.
4.9K 4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

24. The Rural Blog

The Rural Blog Kentucky, US
A digest of events, trends, issues, ideas and journalism from and about rural America, from the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, based at the University of Kentucky.
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1.8K 22 posts / week Get Email Contact More

25. Rhetorica

Rhetorica Springfield, Missouri, US
The Rhetorica Network offers analysis and commentary about the rhetoric of journalism, politics, and our culture. This site features the Rhetorica web log, a rhetoric primer, a primer of critical techniques, and information for citizens.
249 242 9 posts / month Get Email Contact More

26. The Editor's Desk

The Editor's Desk North Carolina, US
A discussion of writing and editing, with an emphasis on U.S. newspapers, news websites and social media.
5.5K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

27. Youth Journalism International

Youth Journalism International Hartford, Connecticut, US
Youth Journalism International is an educational public charity that connects teen writers, artists and photographers with peers around the globe, teaches journalism, fosters cross-cultural understanding, and promotes and defends a free youth press.
6.3K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

28. Caribbean Journalism

Caribbean Journalism Venezuela
Thoughts on a wide range of subjects relevant to Caribbean journalism.
2.6K 3 posts / month Get Email Contact More

29. Telling The Story

Telling The Story Atlanta, Georgia, US
Video journalist Matt Pearl takes a continuing look at how journalists tell stories, aiming to offer commentary, links to great stories, reflections on deeper issues, and thoughts on his own work.
7.7K 291 609 1 post / month Get Email Contact More

30. Peace Journalism Insights

Peace Journalism Insights Missouri, US
Occasionally coherent pieces by Steven Youngblood about his experiences teaching Peace and Conflict Sensitive Journalism for the Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University.
1.7K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

31. Journalism and Communication

Journalism and Communication Articles on human communication, art and visual aesthetic, general knowledge, life skills, media, law and much more.
1 post / day Get Email Contact More

32. Data journalism | The Guardian

Data journalism | The Guardian London, England, UK
Latest US news, world news, sports, business, opinion, analysis and reviews from the Guardian, the world's leading liberal voice.
6.8M 10.9M 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More

33. Pew Research Center's Journalism Project

Pew Research Center's Journalism Project Washington, District of Columbia, US
The Journalism project of the Pew Research Center publishes research on who is reporting the news and what new players are emerging; what is being reported on
213.8K 444.7K 29 posts / year Get Email Contact More

34. Press Think

Press Think New York City, New York, US
PRESSTHINK is a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. It is written and edited by professor Jay Rosen, who has taught at NYU since 1986. The blog is about the fate of the press in a digital era and the challenges involved in rethinking what journalism is today. It presents essays, press criticism, interviews, and speeches. PressThink does not accept advertising.
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306K 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

35. BuzzMachine

BuzzMachine New York, US
Authored by NYC insider Jeff Jarvis, BuzzMachine covers news, media, journalism, and politics.
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360 6.1K 12 posts / year Get Email Contact More

36. Silicon Valley Watcher

Silicon Valley Watcher San Francisco, California, US
Silicon Valley Watcher - reporting on the business of innovation at the intersection of technology and media.
25.7K Get Email Contact More

37. MediaShift

MediaShift San Francisco, California, US
Launched in 2006, MediaShift has become the premier destination for insight and analysis at the intersection of media and technology. MediaShift correspondents explain how traditional media such as newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, music and movies are dealing with digital disruption and adapting their business models for a more mobile, networked world.
32K 41.7K Get Email Contact More

38. Zombie Journalism

Zombie Journalism UK
Creating hope for the future of journalism and dropping some knowledge on journalists everywhere. Dispatches from the living amongst the media's walking dead
11.2K 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

39. The Buttry Diary

The Buttry Diary Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US
His blog offers great tips for journalists as well as media commentary on topics including paywalls, mobile strategy, entrepreneurial journalism, ethics and accuracy.
15.1K Get Email Contact More

40. Digidave

Digidave Berkeley, California, US
Digidave - Journalism is a Process, Not a Product.
5K 16.6K 1.1K 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

41. Journal of a Journalist

Journal of a Journalist Neal Ungerleider writes about technology and science for Fast Company. He posts a mix of original articles, links to other projects and job listings on his blog and has also launched a newsletter recently.
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42. Jon Slattery

Jon Slattery UK
A freelance journalist writing from the UK. Here he collects and shares his thought-provoking articles from around the web, and focuses on where the boundaries of journalism in the digital age are.
2.1K 5 posts / year Aug 2008 Get Email Contact More

43. Musings on Maps

Musings on Maps West Bloomfield, Michigan, US
Daniel Brownstein blogs about data visualisation, with a focus on mapping techniques
3K 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

44. John Gordon Miller's Blog

John Gordon Miller's Blog John Gordon Miller's unique experience makes him sought after as an expert witness on journalism issues like libel and protection of sources.
Nov 2013 Get Email Contact More

45. Bill Gentile

Bill Gentile Washington, District of Columbia, US
Bill Gentile is a documentary filmmaker, who teaches at the American University in Washington, DC. He blogs about his work teaching 'backpack video journalism' around the world.
1.7K 10 posts / year Get Email Contact More

46. The Richard Jones Journalism Blog

The Richard Jones Journalism Blog Swinton, England, UK
Thoughts and resources on journalism by Richard Williams.
2.3K Get Email Contact More

47. IHS Journalism Blog

IHS Journalism Blog IHS journalists blogging their way into the world.
62 Get Email Contact More

48. Richard Kendall

Richard Kendall UK
A blogs about 'one man's ever-changing journey through digital news'.
1.1M 3.1K 496 Get Email Contact More

49. Alan Geere online

Alan Geere online England, UK
Alan Geere is a journalist, academic and international editorial consultant. His blog is a mix of reflections on the industry, international issues, and snippets of his life.
1.7K 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

50. Going Viral

Going Viral Preston, England, UK
Shane Longton is 36 years old and lives in Preston Lancashire and currently, works as a Healthcare Assistant for the NHS. Keep up with articles from Shane Longton by following this feed.
1.5K 302 Get Email Contact More

51. The Unimportant Things

The Unimportant Things Keep up with posts from The Unimportant Things.
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Journalism Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Journalism. Get Spreadsheet.
Blogger Name Email Blog Link Total Blog Posts
Jack Davis westernjournal.com 1893
Jackson Richman mediaite.com 1499
Michael Luciano mediaite.com 1215
Ken Meyer mediaite.com 1149
Tommy Christopher mediaite.com 1130
Kipp Jones mediaite.com 998
Alex Griffing mediaite.com 928
Leia Idliby mediaite.com 917
C. Douglas Golden westernjournal.com 806
Heather Chapman irjci.blogspot.com 803
Amanda Thomason westernjournal.com 777
Brandon Contes mediaite.com 738
Grant Atkinson westernjournal.com 655
Josh Feldman mediaite.com 626
Abby Liebing westernjournal.com 528
Sarah Rumpf mediaite.com 508
Zachary Leeman mediaite.com 451
Colby Hall mediaite.com 441
Candice Ortiz mediaite.com 398
Rudy Takala mediaite.com 375
Richard Moorhead westernjournal.com 361
Mediaite Staff mediaite.com 356
Katherine Huggins mediaite.com 354
Dan Kennedy dankennedy.net 352
Michael Austin westernjournal.com 335
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Blogs about Photojournalism

1. New York Times Lens Blog

New York Times Lens Blog New York, US
Lens is the photojournalism blog of The New York Times, presenting the finest and most interesting visual and multimedia reporting photographs, videos and slide shows.
530.2K ⋅ 1.1M ⋅ 1 post / week Get Email Contact

2. The Atlantic | Photo

The Atlantic  | Photo Washington, District of Columbia, US
A photojournalism blog. The Atlantic's Photo section is an expanded home for photography at TheAtlantic.com.
2.4M ⋅ 2.1M ⋅ 380.7K ⋅ 3 posts / week Get Email Contact

3. BBC News - In Pictures

BBC News - In Pictures US
The latest stories from the In Pictures section of the BBC News web site.
59.7M ⋅ 2.2M ⋅ 11.3M ⋅ 7 posts / week Get Email Contact

4. British Journal of Photography

British Journal of Photography London, England, UK
British Journal of Photography is the world's longest running photography magazine, established in 1854. Find the latest photography news and features.
571.6K ⋅ 5 posts / week Get Email Contact

Data Journalism Blogs

1. FiveThirtyEight

FiveThirtyEight New York City, New York, US
Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis, (hard numbers) to tell compelling stories about elections, politics, sports, science, economics, and lifestyle. We use data and evidence to advance public knowledge, adding certainty where we can and uncertainty where we must.
399.7K ⋅ 1.3M ⋅ 4 posts / day Get Email Contact

2. FlowingData

FlowingData California, US
FlowingData explores how we use analysis and visualization to understand data and ourselves. The blog - a combination of highlighting others' work, my own projects, and visualization guides - is a free resource for everyone.
23.1K ⋅ 85.7K ⋅ 8 posts / week Get Email Contact

3. Eagereyes

Eagereyes Seattle, Washington, US
EagerEyes is Robert Kosara's place to reflect on the world of information visualization and visual communication of data. The goal is to help digest things that are happening in the field and discuss developments that may be tangential or early, but that is likely to have an impact.
863 ⋅ 26.4K ⋅ 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

4. Storybench

Storybench Boston, Massachusetts, US
Storybench was founded in 2014. It was conceived as an answer to the gaping need to demystify the tools, methods, and technology of digital storytelling, both inside and outside of journalism. It also features long-form explorations of trends and case studies in digital storytelling as well as interviews with top data journalists, engagement editors, designers, and developers around the world to shed light on their thinking and open-source their process and code.
944 ⋅ 7.5K ⋅ 4 posts / day Get Email Contact

Journalism Student Blogs

1. School Journalism

School Journalism Missouri, US
This go-to education site for students and teachers provides hundreds of lesson plans and resources related to journalism, news literacy, and civic education. Whether you want to learn, teach or create news and information using digital media tools or increase your understanding of the First Amendment and democracy, this site can both inspire and instruct!
1.2K ⋅ 3.5K ⋅ 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

2. Oviedo Journalism

Oviedo Journalism Oviedo, Florida, US
OviedoJournalism.com is the student-run news site that combines newspaper reporting (The Lion's Tale), TV production (WROR TV), and yearbook coverage (The Oviedian) of Oviedo High School in Oviedo, Florida.
159 ⋅ 5 posts / week Get Email Contact

3. Brooklyn News Service

Brooklyn News Service At Brooklyn News Service, student journalists from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York cover the news of New York City. Brooklyn College offers a B.A. in Journalism and a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism.
1 post / week Get Email Contact

4. Bob Stepno's Other Journalism

Bob Stepno's Other Journalism Radford, Virginia, US
Bob Stepno's Other Journalism blog features news for students, friends & colleagues.
1.5K ⋅ 1 post / week Get Email Contact

Investigative Journalism Blogs

1. Rappler

Rappler Pasig, National Capital Region, Philippines
Rappler is the Philippines leading digital media company that's driven by uncompromising journalism, enabled by technology, and enriched by communities of action. Find the latest news on politics, technology, business, and sports. Also here are the daily Rappler Newscast, and weekly sit-down interviews with key personalities. You will also find here Rappler's latest documentaries, commentaries, entertainment features, special coverages and animation.
5.3M ⋅ 3.7M ⋅ 30 posts / day Get Email Contact

2. ProPublica

ProPublica New York City, New York, US
ProPublica is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism with moral force. We dig deep into important issues, shining a light on abuses of power and betrayals of public trust - and we stick with those issues as long as it takes to hold power to account.
462.6K ⋅ 911.3K ⋅ 1 post / day Get Email Contact


ICIJ Washington, District of Columbia, US
ICIJ is a unique organization. A U.S.-based nonprofit, we are both a small, resourceful newsroom with our own reporting team, as well as a global network of reporters and media organizations who work together to investigate the most important stories in the world.
146.5K ⋅ 300.4K ⋅ 4 posts / day Get Email Contact

4. Center for Public Integrity

Center for Public Integrity Washington, District of Columbia, US
The Center for Public Integrity is an investigative newsroom that gives voice to the public and sparks change by going behind closed doors to reveal abuses of power in Washington. We cover politics, national security, the environment, labor, immigration, tech and finance.
102.2K ⋅ 127.4K ⋅ 3 posts / week Get Email Contact

Travel Journalism Blogs

1. Clark Norton

Clark Norton Tucson, Arizona, US
If you're a baby boomer in your fifties, sixties, or early seventies and love to travel or would love to start travelling, then this blog is for you. I hope to provide inspiration to take those long-awaited trips you've been dreaming about, as well as to offer practical tips to help make them happen.
116 ⋅ 1K ⋅ 1 post / week ⋅ May 2013 Get Email Contact

2. The Incidental Tourist

The Incidental Tourist Cape Town, South Africa
Award Winning Travel Writer, Earth Advocate and Beauty Seeker.
4.8K ⋅ 12.6K ⋅ 4 posts / month Get Email Contact

3. Travel Writing 2.0 Blog

Travel Writing 2.0 Blog Tampa, Florida, US
Advice and interviews on the travel writing life: freelance writing, blogging, web publishing, and book publishing in the digital age.
3.8K ⋅ 16.9K ⋅ 1 post / month ⋅ Jul 2010 Get Email Contact

4. Travel Writing World

Travel Writing World Orlando, Florida, US
An award-winning podcast and website dedicated to travel writing. It features author interviews, book reviews, and articles related to the business and craft of travel writing. Authored by Jeremy Bassetti.
283 ⋅ 5.6K ⋅ 2 posts / month Get Email Contact

Blogs about Fake News

1. The Onion

The Onion US
America's Finest News Source. It is a parody news website. The Onion is a Peabody award-winning news source founded in 1765 by Friedrich Siegfried Zweibel. T. Herman Zweibel. Many consider him the "Father Of American Journalism," also the title of his well-known 1943 biography, written by Norman Rombauer.
6.2M ⋅ 11.9M ⋅ 2.9M ⋅ 30 posts / week Get Email Contact

2. News Thump

News Thump London, England, UK
NewsThump is one of the UK's fastest growing humour websites providing a daily satirical take on current affairs from around the globe, only without the facts.
378.1K ⋅ 64.9K ⋅ 13.1K ⋅ 17 posts / week ⋅ Feb 2009 Get Email Contact

3. The Poke News | Time well wasted

The Poke News | Time well wasted UK
The Poke is a satirical and topical news source, aiming to deliver an antidote to the daily grind.
848.1K ⋅ 247.7K ⋅ 1 post / day Get Email Contact

4. The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee Jupiter, Forida, US
Your Trusted Source For Christian News Satire.
1.4M ⋅ 2.2M ⋅ 299.6K ⋅ 3 posts / day Get Email Contact

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Journalism Blogs By Category

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Category No. of Blogs
Investigative Journalism Blogs 47
Travel Journalism Blogs 29
Data Journalism Blogs 14
Journalism Student Blogs 6

Journalism Blogs By Country

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Canada Journalism Blogs 24
UK Journalism Blogs 11

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The Western Journal | Real Stories. Real People.
About - Western Journalism has a distinguished team of journalists and support staff who work together to achieve common goals. It is committed to its founding principles, which are honesty, integrity, and meticulous work ethic.

Wired Journalists
About - Wired Journalist is a your wire which connects you to all the latest Android information around.

Society of Professional Journalists | Improving, Protecting and Discussing Journalism Since 1909
About - SPJ is the oldest, most broad-based journalism organization dedicated to improving journalism. They work to inspire and educate current and future journalists through professional development; and protects First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and press through its advocacy efforts.


The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
About - The Bureau of Investigative Journalism informs the public through in-depth investigative journalism, with no corporate or political agenda. Through fact-based, unbiased reporting, we expose systemic wrongs, counter misinformation and spark change.

Ethical Journalism Network
About - The Ethical Journalism Network promotes media ethics, self-regulation & good governance within journalism. They aim to strengthen the craft of journalism and to promote for the public benefit high ethical standards in media through education, training and publication of useful research.


The Canadian Association of Journalists
About - The Canadian Association of Journalists is the voice of Canadian journalists, committed to the public's right to know. It is a non-profit organization that works for you and with you to create and maintain an exciting and dynamic media profession in Canada.


Andrew McMillen | A journalist and author based in Brisbane, Australia.
About - Andrew McMillen is a journalist and author based in Brisbane, Australia. Follow his blog to find more on journalism.

Croakey Team
About - Croakey.org is a social journalism project for health. It is an ever-evolving journalism project that aims to provide a public service for those who care about the community’s health and well-being.

Michael West
About - Michael West sources are critical to good journalism. He spent two decades working as a journalist, stockbroker, editor, and finance commentator. West has established michaelwest.com.au to focus on journalism of high public interest.