Definition of journalistic in English:

journalistic

adjective

  • Relating to journalists or journalism.

    ‘Brian started his journalistic career with the Northern Echo’
    ‘a reputation for high quality and journalistic integrity’
    • ‘In creating his hybrid, he must incorporate cinematic elements into a literary—actually journalistic—format.’
    • ‘Intuition and luck, rather than any journalistic skill or dedication, are the decisive factors.’
    • ‘He demanded the highest level of journalistic honesty from his writers.’
    • ‘The four of us really come out of different alternative journalistic efforts you might say.’
    • ‘I dropped a dime into a slot in the coffee machine located just outside my journalistic office.’
    • ‘A movie like this just seems too surreal, too impossible in our well-documented, investigative journalistic world.’
    • ‘We in the media kept this absurdity alive for weeks longer than necessary by any journalistic accounting.’
    • ‘The program uses a reporting, journalistic style of communication.’
    • ‘Far too much contemporary film criticism, whether journalistic or academic, is bedeviled by equally odorous orthodoxies.’
    • ‘The spectrum of voices is a credit to his journalistic rigor.’

Pronunciation

journalistic

/dʒəːn(ə)ˈlɪstɪk/