Examples of journalism in a Sentence
She plans to major in journalism when she goes to college.
Recent Examples of journalism from the Web
Local reporting and journalism was dealt a blow yesterday when billionaire TD Ameritrade founder and Trump supporter Joe Ricketts shut down the websites Gothamist and DNAInfo.
This nonsensical regulatory approach has harmed the economic underpinning of newspapers, reduced local journalism jobs, and punished free and local broadcasters at the expense of our pay TV and radio competitors.
Once a monkey researcher before getting into journalism around the time of the 2002 World Cup in Japan, Castles' alleged Mourinho bias wasn't helped by his voting in the FIFA Best Awards.
The Journalism Education Association, the largest scholastic journalism organization for teachers and advisers, released a statement in support of the class and its teacher this week.
That figure comes in at 874,000, according to a June 2017 report from the Henry J. Kaiser Foundation, a leader in health policy analysis and journalism.
When extreme wealth turns journalism into a hobby, the caprice of a rich owner can put 115 people out of jobs—not to mention erase years of their work.
Ultimately, participants in an online forum identified the videographer: a Kent State journalism student named David Kline, who was doing freelance work for television networks covering the protests that preceded the massacre.
Clinton too has cited an assortment of damaging variables, from the foul headwinds of white grievance to bad journalism.
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