The present publication focuses on the 'Community Journalism' which is a journalistic function and recreational programme provided by local governments or journalists for people in their communities. Gathering, evaluating, ad distributing facts of current interest is journalism. In journalism, reporters research, investigate and write stories for print and electronic distribution, often with the guidance of editors or producers. The journalists produced their stories for newssheets, circulars, newspapers, and periodicals in early days, but now with the advancement of technology, journalism included other media, such as radio, documentary or newsreel films, television, and the Internet. Tracing the history, origin and growth of the early media in Europe and America this publication highlights the fast changes which have taken place in the Community Journalism in the form of community radio, alternative media, television channels, newspapers etc., using the modern technologies.