newspapers, journalists, and magazines as a whole
to try to find the truth about a crime, accident, etc. by carefully examining its facts
to use airwaves to send out TV or radio programs
to cover or give the details of an event in written or spoke form as a journalist on TV, etc.
to issue or produce a newspaper, book, etc.
to collect or bring together things in one place
to show or say that something is the case, particularly by providing proof
to ask someone questions about a particular topic on the TV, radio, or for a newspaper
someone who is in charge of a newspaper agency, magazine, etc. and decides what should be published
the first and main page of a newspaper in which important news pieces are printed
someone who prepares news to be broadcast or writes for newspapers, magazines, or news websites
a segment in a newspaper assigned to stories about the lives of the celebrities
the large words in the upper part of a page of a newspaper, article, etc.
a piece of writing about a particular subject on a website, in a newspaper, magazine, or other publication
a newspaper that is published on a large piece of paper regarded as more serious
a newspaper with smaller pages and many pictures, covering stories about famous people and not much serious news
a paid announcement that draws public attention to a product or service
a type of periodical publication that features critical essays or evaluations of contemporary literature, art, or current events
a printed publication or a set of large folded sheets of printed paper that contain news, articles, ads, etc., usually issued daily or weekly
the use of creativity and imagination to express emotions and ideas by making things like paintings, sculptures, music, etc.
movies, television shows, etc. or an activity that is made for people to enjoy
the activity of providing services or products in exchange for money
/ˈfaɪˌnæns/, /fəˈnæns/, /fɪˈnæns/noun
a type of business activity that involves providing money or other resources, such as capital, to support economic transactions, investments, and other financial activities
a type of advertisement in a newspaper, magazine, or online platform that is typically short, text-only, and grouped under specific categories
a puzzle game in which one writes the answers to the clues in numbered boxes
an activity often with fixed rules that we do for amusement or fun
news about events and developments that occur within a country or region
a newspaper article expressing the views of the editor on a particular subject
the general condition of a person's mind or body
the quality of being attractive or pleasing, particularly to the eye
a forecast of an individual's future based on their zodiac sign or date of birth, especially as published in a newspaper or magazine
happening in or between more than one country
reports on recent events that are broadcast or published
a written or printed message that is sent to someone or an organization, company, etc.
someone who reads a certain magazine or newspaper
a specific part of a newspaper, magazine, or website that focuses on news, articles, and information related to sports
a printed or digital listing of TV programs and their air times