Listen to the braodcast that changed how we listen to radio: http://www.archive.org/details/WAROFTHEWORLDS2
Read news accounts of what happend on the day http://www.war-ofthe-worlds.co.uk/ http://www.transparencynow.com/welles.htm http://members.aol.com/jeff1070/wotw.html
Find out about the whole story chapter by exciting chapter http://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/www/warworlds/warw.html
SItes about War of the Worlds http://www.war-of-the-worlds.org
TV Film Radio Internet Newspapers For teachers
Don't Buy It | PBS Kids Fabulous online interactive activities based around consumer products and the media. Make your own Cereal box, find out how much a pair of sport shoes cost to make, and much more...The Don't Buy It Web site encourages young people, especially those 9-11 years old, to think critically about media - television, radio, magazines, the Web, advertising, and more
Digital TV: A Cringley Crash Course A PBS site that explains the evolution of television bringing us to the new digital TV. Technology, History, Media studies.
The Encyclopedia of Television The history of Television, sometimes derided as "Chewing Gum for the eyes". An American based encyclopedia with detailed entries on most Television shows, including some Australian ones.
Color and color television Provides information on colour and how colour television screens work.
ABC Online Home page for the ABC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, including news updates, radio and TV programs, transcripts of broadcasts and background information about news and current affairs
SBS Television home page SBS Australian Television, specialising in alternative and multicultural content. The Commercials are in english.
Milestones in the evolution of Technology Articles on the history of radio and television communications. Includes: History Timeline, Radio: The Roots of Broadcasting, The Revolution of Television, The History of Digital Television, Tape Recording Technology, The Magic of Magnetic Tape, John T. Mullin: The Man Who Put Bing Crosby On Tape, The Role of Film in Television, Advanced Technologies for Broadcasting, Biographical Dictionary, Life at Sunbury ("It's Life Jim, but not as we know it"). The Simpsons home page This is the home page for the best cartoon in the world - The Simpsons. Doh
Australia Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) : education events ACMI's educational events include forums, lectures, workshops and screenings for both teachers and students across primary, secondary and tertiary levels.
Film Monthly "Reviews, commentary, and regurgitations on film, video, television, and popular culture." Comprehensive site with well written film and TV reviews.
Nitpickers Nitpickers pick up faults in movies and post them on this site. Mistakes like a boom microphone in the shot. Good fun to search.
Fox movies.com Fox movies homepage
Pixar The home of Monsters In, finding Nemoc and other innovative digital animation.
75 Years of Radio - The Future of Radio 2BL Celebrates 75 Years of Radio
fromwirelesstoweb.com.au the history and growth of Australian radio
History of the Internet. This site is only short in content, but contains valuable information relating to the history of the internet.
The Sun-Herald Class Scoop The Sun-Herald Class Scoop program is an education resource combining The Sun-Herald newspaper and the internet. Exercises on this website change weekly and are designed to test the comprehension and information retrieval skills of school students, while developing their interest in current affairs
The Australian The Australian, Australia's national daily newspaper
The Age 150 years : timeline Historical timeline of Australian history from 1854 with images of historical reports and photographs from the Age newspaper.
The Herald Sun Newspaper Herald Sun Newspaper home page.
Newspaper History A history of newspapers, covering 500 years.
www.mediascan.com.au/ Newspaper and Periodicals database, enabling the user to search for a specific event, date, author etc.