mailbag

mailbag

/ˈmeɪɫˌbæɡ/
noun
letters, emails, etc. received by a media organization or an important individual at a specific time or about a specific subject

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news

news

/ˈnjuz/, /ˈnuz/
noun
reports on recent events that are broadcast or published

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news agency

news agency

/nˈuːz ˈeɪdʒənsi/
noun
an organization that gathers news stories for newspapers and TV or radio stations

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news article

news article

/nˈuːz ˈɑːɹɾɪkəl/
noun
an article published to report the news

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news conference

news conference

/nˈuːz kˈɑːnfɹəns/
noun
a meeting during which a very important person talks to journalists and answers their questions or makes a statement

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news desk

news desk

/nˈuːz dˈɛsk/
noun
the department of a newspaper or a TV or radio station that is in charge of collecting and reporting the news

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newsgathering

newsgathering

/nˈuːzɡɐðɚɹɪŋ/
noun
the act of collecting news item for broadcast or publication

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newswire

newswire

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

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newsworthy

newsworthy

/ˈnuzˌwɝði/
adjective
significant or interesting enough to be broadcast or published as news

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personal column

personal column

/pˈɜːsənəl kˈɑːlʌm/
noun
a segment in a newspaper or magazine devoted to personal messages or advertizements

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photojournalism

photojournalism

/fˌoʊɾoʊdʒˈɜːnəlˌɪzəm/
noun
the act or profession of reporting news articles in newspapers or magazines mainly through photographs

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piece

piece

/ˈpis/
noun
an article in a TV or radio broadcast or in a magazine or newspaper

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preview

preview

/ˈpɹivˌju/
noun
a piece published in a newspaper or magazine that describes a movie, or a TV show before it is aired

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to publish

to publish

/ˈpəbɫɪʃ/
verb
to issue or produce a newspaper, book, etc.

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rave review

rave review

/ɹˈeɪv ɹɪvjˈuː/
noun
an article published in a newspaper or magazine that praises a movie, book, etc.

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to report

to report

/ɹiˈpɔɹt/, /ɹɪˈpɔɹt/
verb
to give a written or spoken description of an event to someone

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report

report

/ɹiˈpɔɹt/, /ɹɪˈpɔɹt/
noun
a written or spoken description of an event, especially one that is intended to be broadcast or published

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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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review

review

/ˌɹivˈju/
noun
a report that is published in a newspaper or a magazine, in which someone gives an opinion of a play, movie, book, etc.

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roundup

roundup

/ˈɹaʊnˌdəp/
noun
a summary of the most significant news

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scoop

scoop

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

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sidebar

sidebar

/ˈsaɪdˌbɑɹ/
noun
a brief piece in a newspaper printed next to the main article, providing additional information

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to slate

to slate

/ˈsɫeɪt/
verb
to criticize someone or something harshly in the public, especially in a newspaper

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source

source

/ˈsɔɹs/
noun
a book or a document that supplies information in a research and is referred to

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silly season

silly season

/sˈɪli sˈiːzən/
noun
a time, usually in summer, when newspapers are filled with insignificant stories because there are not that many important news

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stop press

stop press

/stˈɑːp pɹˈɛs/
noun
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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story

story

/ˈstɔɹi/
noun
an item of news in a broadcast or in a newspaper

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wire service

wire service

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

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write up

write up

/ɹˈaɪt ˈʌp/
noun
a brief piece in a newspaper or magazine in which the writer gives an opinion about a new movie, book, etc.

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yellow journalism

yellow journalism

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

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