newsie

noun
new·sie | \ˈnü-zē \

Definition of newsie 

: a person who works in the news industry especially : reporter

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Her husband, Jeff Sensat, plays Joseph Pulitzer, the publisher who raises the price of newspapers to the newsies to beat his competition. Karen Zurawski, Houston Chronicle, "Sugar Land theater stages summer musical," 20 June 2018 Yet the kids worry their struggle is doomed unless the Brooklyn newsies join the fight. Hugh Hunter, Philly.com, "'Newsies' at Media Theatre teems with energy," 14 May 2018 This spectacle is all about bringing the past to life – that means you’ll be immersed in the time period with a ringmaster, newsies, carnival-like performances and a ragtime band to fill Mahall’s with music. cleveland.com, "20 things to do in Cleveland the weekend of May 3-6," 3 May 2018 Newsies: The Broadway Musical Elmwood Palace, Perkins Rowe (Baton Rouge), Mall of Louisiana (Baton Rouge), Cinemark 16 Gulfport. Mike Scott, NOLA.com, "'Bonnie & Clyde' is back, 50 years after changing everything," 8 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of newsie

1971, in the meaning defined above

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