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A person who writes for newspapers, magazines, or news websites or prepares news to be broadcast.‘foreign journalists had been expelled from the area’‘he was a seasoned TV journalist’
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- ‘He also devoted time to the personal toll war reporting takes on journalists and cameramen.’
- ‘Since then, he has worked as a science journalist in broadcasting, print and online.’
- ‘We can only put this down to fanciful musings by journalists on a slow news day.’
- ‘If you weren't a journalist and cookery writer, what would you have liked to have been?’
- ‘With hindsight it was a massive challenge for which there was no preparation as a journalist.’
- ‘The biggest frustration for journalists at the magazine is their lack of access to the story.’
- ‘I think the problem is that most journalists assume that bloggers want to be journalists.’
- ‘Scottish football journalists continue to write about the success of last season.’
- ‘As well as a musician and poet he is a journalist, broadcaster and commentator.’
- ‘Every time it rang it seemed to be news of more journalists killed and injured.’
- ‘Not being able to get to the story is making journalists at Sky News tear their hair out.’
- ‘He was a journalist of the old school, a reporter who once he got his teeth into a story wouldn't let go.’
- ‘The journalists may have written the stories, but there is still the matter of how they got them.’
- ‘It's not entirely true that newspaper journalists are paid to get their facts right.’
- ‘The idea was to give journalists, editors and publishers a chance to ask questions.’
- ‘For what it's worth, I did hear an interesting point from a journalist on the radio.’
- ‘The reason Ken and many others feel moved to write to newspapers and journalists is that they care.’
- ‘It is as important to the article as the first sentence is to the tabloid journalist.’
- ‘Our guidelines on conflicts of interest cover what our journalists are allowed to write.’
- ‘A journalist despatched to write on the lifestyle of the recruit had little to work with.’
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