Reliable news is more important than ever

Help students define “credible” with access to trusted news sources
From renowned to niche, reputable news sources have been partnering with ProQuest for more than 50 years to reach researchers and students around the world with their essential content. You can expand or fill virtually any gap in your library’s offerings with the extraordinary range of news resources from ProQuest.

Trial one of our new or flagship collections: 
  • NEW! CBS News Video Archive: For the first time ever, nearly six decades of flagship, historical news programming is available in streaming video. Unprecedented access to the CBS News archives from 1950s-2010s, many available for the first time since their original broadcast dates.
  • NEW! 60 MINUTES: Volume 2: Building on the success of the 60 MINUTES: 1997-2014 collection, we are proud to release Volume 2, extending coverage through 2025. Support research and learning with investigative reporting and feature segments on the most important global issues of our time.
  • International Historical Newspapers: For global perspectives of historic events from 1791 through 2022. Premier titles include The Guardian and The Observer, South China Morning Post, Times of India, and the newly available ABC (Madrid).
  • U.S. Major Dailies: The five most respected U.S. newspaper titles:  The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune. With this collection, your library provides access to the U.S. paper of record since 1851, the most authoritative source of global business reporting, comprehensive coverage of world politics, the largest U.S. newspaper on the West Coast, and award-winning investigative and public service reporting.
Foundational content that builds information literacy 
Students today are faced with a complex news landscape where mis- and disinformation abound. A study in First Monday found that 72% of students used social media as a daily news source. Good news: the same survey found the classroom to be “an influential incubator for news habits,” where discussion and assignments can help students build the information literacy skills that will help them be more successful researchers and lifelong learners. In fact, more than 80% of researchers who teach recommend newspapers to their students

Libraries with a robust selection of credible news sources – historical and current, local and international, geographic and cultura can support researchers and classrooms across disciplines.

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