Examples of journalism in a Sentence
She plans to major in journalism when she goes to college.
Recent Examples of journalism from the Web
The New York Times for years has offered a rich mix of news, features, human interest, reviews and service journalism in its quarterly education section.
Without Ricketts’ news sites, cities like New York are left with even fewer options for local journalism at a time when many media organizations are struggling to find business models to sustain their work.
The publication, which became a for-profit entity in 2014, aimed to offer a counterweight to liberal web publications, publishing original investigative journalism and commentary.
In interviews promoting the book, Clinton has been doubling down on the theme of conservative platforms putting partisan politics ahead of anything traditionally thought of as journalism.
First of all, congratulations to you, you and your team for 70 great years of journalism.
As The Atlantic’s testers were testing engaging in brave acts of investigative journalism, several other staffers came through the office kitchen.
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Good luck to you, ADN, for the hard work ahead and the commitment by all of the staff to the traditions of great journalism.
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First Known Use of journalism
JOURNALISM Defined for English Language Learners
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