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yellow journalism

yellow journalism

/jˈɛloʊ dʒˈɜːnəlˌɪzəm/
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exaggerated newspaper reports, written to shock the audience

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tabloid

tabloid

/ˈtæbɫɔɪd/
noun
a newspaper with smaller pages and many pictures, covering stories about famous people and not much serious news

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stop press

stop press

/stˈɑːp pɹˈɛs/
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the most recent and important news that is added to a newspaper at the last moment before printing or after the start of the printing process, especially as a heading

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reportage

reportage

/ɹɪˈpɔɹtɪdʒ/
noun
the act of broadcasting the news on television or radio, or reporting them in a newspaper

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newsflash

newsflash

/ˈnusfɫæʃ/
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a short piece of news that is important, often interrupting a TV or radio program

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exclusive

exclusive

/ɪkˈskɫusɪv/
noun
a news story that has not been reported or published by any other news organization or agency

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commentary

commentary

/ˈkɑmənˌtɛɹi/
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a spoken description of an event while it is taking place, particularly on TV or radio
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One of the main cons is the spam and the trolling, the back commentary.

I think it was just telling people to stop trolling with jokes and commentary in videos.

Don't add jokes, don't add trolling commentary.

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advertorial

advertorial

/ˌædvɝˈtɔɹiəɫ/
noun
a piece of advertisement in a newspaper or magazine, designed to seem like an objective article and not an advertisement

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broadsheet

broadsheet

/bɹˈɔːdʃiːt/
noun
a newspaper that is published on a large piece of paper regarded as more serious

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dispatch

dispatch

/dɪˈspætʃ/
noun
a newspaper report, usually sent from another town or a foreign country, often on a military-related matter

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to carry

to carry

/ˈkæɹi/, /ˈkɛɹi/
verb
(of a television, radio network, or newspaper) to broadcast or publish something, or to include specific information in a report

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bulletin

bulletin

/ˈbʊɫɪtən/
noun
a brief news program that is broadcast on the radio or television

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columnist

columnist

/ˈkɑɫəmnəst/
noun
a journalist who regularly writes articles on a particular subject for a newspaper or magazine

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byline

byline

/ˈbaɪˌɫaɪn/
noun
a line that gives the writer's name, usually at the beginning or end of a column

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censorship

censorship

/ˈsɛnsɝˌʃɪp/
noun
the act or policy of eliminating or prohibiting any part of a movie, book, etc.

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circulation

circulation

/ˈsɝkjəˌɫeɪʃən/
noun
the number of copies of a newspaper or magazine sold at regular intervals

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to embed

to embed

/ɪmˈbɛd/
verb
to send a journalist with a group of soldiers to a combat zone

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to narrowcast

to narrowcast

/nˈæɹoʊkˌæst/
verb
to transmit information through television or the internet to a specific group of people

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mouthpiece

mouthpiece

/ˈmaʊθˌpis/
noun
a person, newspaper, or organization that represents the views of another person, a government, etc.

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newswire

newswire

/ˈnuzˌwaɪɹ/
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a type of service that gives subscribers the latest news through the internet or satellite

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obituary

obituary

/oʊˈbɪtʃuˌɛɹi/
noun
an article or report, especially in a newspaper, published soon after the death of a person, typically containing details about their life

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paparazzo

paparazzo

/pˌɑːpɚɹˈɑːtsoʊ/
noun
a photographer who follows celebrities for the purpose of taking interesting or controversial photographs and selling them to newspapers or magazines

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readership

readership

/ˈɹidɝˌʃɪp/
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the number of people who read a particular magazine, newspaper, or book on a regular basis

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wire service

wire service

/wˈaɪɚ sˈɜːvɪs/
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a news agency that provides news to newspapers, television and radio stations through wires or satellite communication

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viewership

viewership

/ˈvjuɝˌʃɪp/
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the kind or number of audience who watch a specific television program or network

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to tune in

to tune in

/tˈuːn ˈɪn/
verb
to watch a TV program or listen to a radio show

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telethon

telethon

/ˈtɛɫəθɑn/
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‌a type of television program that is broadcast for several hours, aimed to collect money for charity

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scoop

scoop

/ˈskup/
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a piece of news reported by a news agency sooner than other media channels or newspapers

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rerun

rerun

/ˈɹiˈɹən/
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the rebroadcast of a program on television

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offprint

offprint

/ˈɔfpɹɪnt/
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an article that has been separately printed, published in the first place as a piece in a magazine or newspaper

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newscaster

newscaster

/ˈnuzˌkæstɝ/
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a presenter who reads the news during a TV or radio program

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anchor

anchor

/ˈæŋkɝ/
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someone who introduces news on a live TV or radio program by other broadcasters

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back issue

back issue

/bˈæk ˈɪʃuː/
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an earlier copy of a magazine or a newspaper

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contributor

contributor

/kənˈtɹɪbjətɝ/
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someone who writes a piece to be published in a newspaper or magazine

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correspondent

correspondent

/ˌkɔɹəˈspɑndənt/
noun
someone employed by a TV or radio station or a newspaper to report news from a particular country or on a particular matter

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