Media resources can offer non-academic perspectives on your subject area. They can also be useful tools for staying up-to-date with the latest developments in your field.
TV and radio programmes use Box of Broadcasts to find and record documentaries, interviews, current affairs and news programmes.
Newspapers are an excellent primary source research tool, not only providing reports about events and issues but also editorials and letters that can be extremely useful for deeper understanding.
RSS feeds and alerts allow you follow developments in a news story, stay up-to-date in your research area, and receive notifications about new publications.
Twitter follow professionals, experts, researchers, academics and organisations from around the world. Engage in the online community around your research area.