Journalism 1

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Words Related to Media - Journalism 1

Here you will learn some English words related to journalism, such as "cover", "article", and "blaze".

Words Related to Media
advice columnnoun

a section or part in a newspaper in which people are given advice regarding their personal problems

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A-listadjective

describing the group of people who are characterized as the most famous, prominent, or successful in a society or business

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article
articlenoun

a piece of writing about a particular subject on a website, in a newspaper, magazine, or other publication

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backstorynoun

background information about a news story

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to blazeverb

to announce news, in a way and manner that it gets a lot of attention

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B-listadjective

describing a group of people who are quite famous or successful in a society or business, but not as much as the A-list group

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canardnoun

a baseless and made-up news or story created to mislead people

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to carryverb

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

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censorshipnoun

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

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checkbook journalismnoun

the act of paying someone for information or to arrange an interview, done by journalists or newspapers

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city desknoun

a department in a newspaper office that works on local news

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to contributeverb

to write stories, articles, etc. for a newspaper or magazine

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to cover
to coververb

to report on or talk about an event in a news piece

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coveragenoun

the reporting of specific news or events by the media

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current eventsnoun

significant events of political, or social nature that are happening now

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dispatchnoun

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

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editorialnoun

a newspaper article expressing the views of the editor on a particular subject

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editorialadjective

related to an article on a newspaper or magazine that gives the opinions of the editors

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to editorializeverb

to state your opinions in a news report, and not just the facts

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to embedverb

to send a journalist with a group of soldiers to a combat zone

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exclusivenoun

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

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fake newsnoun

a piece of news that is not true or confirmed

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featurenoun

a lengthy article in a newspaper or magazine, often written by a specialist about a certain topic

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gossip columnnoun

a segment in a newspaper assigned to stories about the lives of the celebrities

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gossip columnistnoun

a person who writes stories about the personal lives of celebrities in a newspaper

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hit piecenoun

a report, article, etc. that aims to bring down someone or something by presenting false information that look real

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horoscopenoun

a forecast of an individual's future based on their zodiac sign or date of birth, especially as published in a newspaper or magazine

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human interestnoun

the aspect of a story in the media that the audience can relate to because it describes people's lived experiences, feelings, etc.

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interview
interviewnoun

a formal meeting during which a journalist asks a famous person different questions about specific subjects for publication

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itemnoun

a piece of news on TV, in a newspaper, etc.

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journalismnoun

the profession of collecting and editing pieces of news and articles either to be published in a newspaper, magazine, etc. or broadcast

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leading articlenoun

a newspaper article expressing the views of the editor on a particular subject; in the US also a comment on radio or television carrying the stance of the agency

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lead storynoun

an item of news that is given the most prominence in a news broadcast, magazine, or newspaper

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listing
listingnoun

a list published in a magazine or a newspaper containing the order of television programs, movies, etc. that are being shown

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