Examples of journalist in a Sentence
a journalist who has won awards for two of his feature stories
Recent Examples of journalist from the Web
Lefty journalist Eric Alterman also gets some of the blame, as his 2003 book What Liberal Media? featured a long diatribe against that evil pseudoscientist Charles Murray, which naturally piqued my interest.
But this isn't Trump’s first attack on journalists.
So heads turn and necks crane to take in the strange sight as Minh Phan greets our group of journalists and photographers filing out of the arrivals terminal.
USA TODAY Sports From time to time, members of The Enquirer staff will write personal essays to give you a sense of the journalists who bring you the news.
Lowell contributed to the fact obsession that journalists have today.
Hardly any acronym strikes more horror in American hearts than ISIS, the extremist group that boasts of bombing teens at concerts, driving trucks into holiday crowds, and beheading journalists.
The company has already lost Kalanick's right-hand man, Senior Vice President of Business Emil Michael, following a number of gaffes including his suggestion that the company target a journalist who had been investigating the company.
And Simpson, during a sandwich lunch with Paul Wood in the BBC’s Washington radio studio, reached into his briefcase and handed over to the British journalist a redacted version of Steele’s initial report.
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Definition of journalist for Students
: an editor or reporter of the news
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