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Noun
/ˈjərnl-ist/,
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journalists, plural;
  1. A person who writes for newspapers or magazines or prepares news to be broadcast on radio or television


  1. a writer for newspapers and magazines
  2. diarist: someone who keeps a diary or journal
  3. (journalistic) of or relating to or having the characteristics of journalism; "journalistic writing"
  4. (journalism) the profession of reporting or photographing or editing news stories for one of the media
  5. A journalist collects and disseminates information about current events, people, trends, and issues. His or her work is acknowledged as journalism.
  6. The Journalist is the monthly magazine of the United Kingdom's National Union of Journalists (NUJ).
  7. Journalist (Novinar) is a Croatian film directed by Fadil Hadžić and starring Rade Šerbedžija, Fabijan Šovagović and Stevo Žigon. It was released in 1979.
  8. Journalist (Born Rafiek George, 24) is an underground hip hop rapper from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He gives much of the credit for his success to his mother who worked hard to raise 5 other family members. After graduating he went out to get a recording contract. ...
  9. Journalist (Журналистъ) is a Russian magazine founded in 1914 by literary critic Vladimir Friche aimed at newsworkers.
  10. Mass Communication Specialist (abbreviated as MC) is a United States Navy occupational rating.
  11. The keeper of a person journal, who writes in it regularly; One whose occupation or is journalism, originally only writing in the printed press; A reporter, who professionally does living reporting on news and current events
  12. (journalism) The activity or profession of being a journalist; The aggregating, writing, editing, and presenting of news or news articles for widespread distribution, typically in periodical print publications and broadcast news media, for the purpose of informing the audience; The style of ...
  13. (Journalism) Since newspapers began as a journal (record of current events), the profession involved in the making of newspapers began to be called journalism.
  14. (JOURNALISM) The opinions of the uneducated, reflecting the ignorance of the community. [Wilde]
  15. (JOURNALISM) n.  Literature in a hurry.
  16. (Journalism) (n) :  I know nothing about a subject, and I have 1200 words in which to express it.
  17. (Journalism) is the craft of conveying news, descriptive material and comment via a widening spectrum of media. These include newspapers, magazines, radio and television, the internet and, more recently, the cellphone. ...
  18. (Journalism) is the discipline of writing about events that are of interest to people. Journalism, especially in newspapers, is also regarded by many as the "first rough draft of history" ^[1] because journalists produce news articles to tight deadlines. ...
  19. (journalism (n)) The collection and editing of news for presentation through the media
  20. (journalism) broadcast of Republican talking points
  21. (0602.00 – Journalism) The gathering, processing, evaluation, and dissemination of information concerning cur-rent events and issues through the mass media. Origination and preparation of materials is prac-ticed.
  22. Someone who works in the news gathering business, such as a photographer, editor or reporter.
  23. a person that makes new reports in writing or through television.
  24. One who investigates a story and gathers information to write for a publication.
  25. Can be a reporter, news editor, sub-editor or editor