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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Media

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
teleprompter
[noun]
an electronic device that displays the script for people who are speaking in public, or on television
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back issue
[noun]
an earlier copy of a magazine or a newspaper
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gazette
[noun]
an official journal or newspaper that contains serious information about decision making and policies, published by an organization
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organ
[noun]
a newspaper, periodical, or magazine published by a particular group or organization to promote their views
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byline
[noun]
a line that gives the writer's name, usually at the beginning or end of a column
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canard
[noun]
a baseless and made-up news or story created to mislead people
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write-up
[noun]
a written account in a newspaper to review a book, performance, or event
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supplement
[noun]
a separate section, usually in the form of a colored magazine, sold with a newspaper
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stringer
[noun]
a journalist who is not an employee of a newspaper, but who supplies stories for that newspaper from time to time
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stop press
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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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sidebar
[noun]
a brief piece in a newspaper printed next to the main article, providing additional information
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scoop
[noun]
a piece of news reported by a news agency sooner than other media channels or newspapers
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roundup
[noun]
a summary of the most significant news
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rave
[noun]
an enthusiastic article published in a magazine or newspaper about a particular film, book, etc.
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lede
[noun]
the first sentence or paragraph of a news story, presenting the most significant aspects of the story
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op-ed
[noun]
a section in the newspaper that contains personal opinions about the news and feature articles, opposite the editorial page
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offprint
[noun]
an article that has been separately published as a piece in a magazine or newspaper
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obituary
[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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hit piece
[noun]
a report, article, etc. that aims to bring down someone by presenting forged facts
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mouthpiece
[noun]
a person, newspaper, or organization that represents the views of another person, a government, etc.
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masthead
[noun]
the title of a magazine or newspaper at the top of the first page
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muckraking
[noun]
the investigative practice of exposing corruption, scandals, or societal injustices through aggressive journalism
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infotainment
[noun]
a type of content that combines information and entertainment
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cord-cutting
[noun]
the trend of canceling traditional cable or satellite TV subscriptions in favor of streaming services or other digital media options
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transmedia
[noun]
the storytelling techniques extending a narrative across multiple platforms, such as movies, television shows, books, and video games, creating a cohesive experience for audiences
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to blaze
[verb]
to announce news, in a way and manner that it gets a lot of attention
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to carry
[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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tell-all
[adjective]
(of a book, an interview, etc.) including shocking information, revealed by an individual, usually a celebrity
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