Word list: Journalism 2

Journalism 2

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Media - Journalism 2

Undoubtedly, the media plays an important role in our everyday life. Here, you will find the vocabulary related to media and broadcasting.

Media
mailbag
mailbagnoun

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

news
newsnoun

reports on recent events that are broadcast or published

news agency
news agencynoun

an organization that provides newspapers and TV or radio stations with news reports

news article
news articlenoun

an article published to report the news

news conference
news conferencenoun

a meeting in which a prominent figure talks to reporters and answers their questions

news desk
news desknoun

a department in a news organization that collects and reports the news

newsgathering
newsgatheringnoun

the act of conducting research on a news item that is supposed to be broadcast or published

newswire
newswirenoun

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

newsworthy
newsworthyadjective

significant or interesting enough to be broadcast or published as news

personal column
personal columnnoun

a segment in a newspaper or magazine devoted to personal messages or advertizements

photojournalism
photojournalismnoun

the act or profession of creating news stories by mainly using photographs

piece
piecenoun

a short article in a newspaper or magazine or part of a broadcast on television or radio

preview
previewnoun

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

to publish
to publishverb

to print something (a letter, an article, etc.) in a book, journal, newspaper, etc. for people to read

rave review
rave reviewnoun

an article published in a newspaper or magazine that praises a movie, book, etc.

to report
to reportverb

to give a written or spoken description of an event to someone

report
reportnoun

a brief description of an event, intended to be broadcast or published

reportage
reportagenoun

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

review
reviewnoun

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

roundup
roundupnoun

a brief report of the main points of a specific subject, such as the news

scoop
scoopnoun

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

sidebar
sidebarnoun

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

to slate
to slateverb

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

source
sourcenoun

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

silly season
silly seasonnoun

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

stop press
stop pressnoun

news that is added to the newspaper after the process of printing has begun

story
storynoun

an item of news in a broadcast or in a newspaper

wire service
wire servicenoun

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

write up
write upnoun

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

yellow journalism
yellow journalismnoun

exaggerated news reporting to provoke the audience