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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 18

Here you will learn some English words about the news and network, such as "anchor", "antenna", "censor", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
anchor
[noun]
someone who introduces news on a live TV or radio program by other broadcasters
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weathergirl
[noun]
a woman on TV or radio who tells people about the weather and describes it
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contributor
[noun]
someone who writes a piece to be published in a newspaper or magazine
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correspondent
[noun]
someone employed by a TV or radio station or a newspaper to report news from a particular country or on a particular matter
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couch potato
[noun]
someone who sits around and watches TV a lot
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paparazzi
[noun]
freelance photographers who aggressively pursue and take pictures of celebrities, often in invasive or intrusive ways
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subscriber
[noun]
someone who pays, at given intervals, to receive a publication or service
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antenna
[noun]
a device that is used to send and receive signals
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frequency
[noun]
the specific number of waves that pass a point every second
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wavelength
[noun]
the distance between a point on a wave of energy and a similar point on the next wave
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to censor
[verb]
to remove parts of something such as a book, movie, etc. and prevent the public from accessing them for political, moral, or religious purposes
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to receive
[verb]
to pick up broadcast signals
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to televise
[verb]
to broadcast or show something on TV
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to tune in
[verb]
to watch a TV program or listen to a radio show
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bulletin
[noun]
a brief news program that is broadcast on the radio or television
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commentary
[noun]
a spoken description of an event while it is taking place, particularly on TV or radio
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lead story
[noun]
an item of news that is given the most prominence in a news broadcast, magazine, or newspaper
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newsroom
[noun]
a place in radio or television stations or a newspaper office where news is reviewed and put together to be broadcast or published
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prime time
[noun]
the time at which the largest number of people are watching TV or listening to the radio
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circulation
[noun]
the number of copies of a newspaper or magazine sold at regular intervals
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clipping
[noun]
a story or article cut from a newspaper or magazine to be kept
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newsgathering
[noun]
the act of collecting news item for broadcast or publication
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newssheet
[noun]
a small and simple form of newspaper with only few pages
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issue
[noun]
one of a series of publications produced regularly
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photojournalism
[noun]
the act or profession of reporting news articles in newspapers or magazines mainly through photographs
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photo op
[noun]
an occasion arranged by a politician or other famous people to be photographed while doing something that they think will popularize them
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periodical
[noun]
a publication, especially about a technical subject, that is produced regularly
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quarterly
[noun]
a publication produced four times a year
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tabloid
[noun]
a newspaper with smaller pages and many pictures, covering stories about famous people and not much serious news
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readership
[noun]
the number of people who read a particular magazine, newspaper, or book on a regular basis
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citizen journalism
[noun]
the coverage of news by ordinary people, which is then shared on the Internet
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anonymous
[adjective]
(of a person) not known by name
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high-profile
[adjective]
drawing a lot of public attention or interest
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nationwide
[adjective]
existing or occurring across a country
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frequency modulation
[noun]
one of the main methods of radio broadcasting with a high sound quality
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ballot
[noun]
a piece of paper on which a vote is written
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teletext
[noun]
a service delivering written news and information through television, currently replaced by other information services provided on a television network
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