news·​mag·​a·​zine | \ ˈnüz-ˌma-gə-ˌzēn How to pronounce newsmagazine (audio) , -ˈzēn, ˈnyüz-\

Definition of newsmagazine

1 : a usually weekly magazine devoted chiefly to summarizing and analyzing news

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The conservative newsmagazine World, which regularly published reviews of the books and the movies as they were released, took a similar tone. Alissa Wilkinson, Vox, "I didn’t read Harry Potter when I was growing up. And I wasn’t alone.," 31 Aug. 2018 At the time, the weekly newsmagazine's female employees were relegated to administrative roles. Adam Rathe, Town & Country, "Good Girls Revolt Star Genevieve Angelson on '70s Costumes and Feminist Insurrection," 27 Oct. 2016 The newsmagazine outpaced the awards by 25 percent in overnights. Michael O'connell, The Hollywood Reporter, "TV Ratings: 2018 Tonys Hold, Assisting Strong CBS Sunday," 11 June 2018 The enduringly popular newsmagazine ended 2017 with its largest audience in three decades. Meredith Blake,, "Jane Pauley, so masterful at reinvention, reaches a new level with 'CBS Sunday Morning'," 25 May 2018 This interview originally appeared in the French newsmagazine L’Obs in January 2018. Didier Jacob,, "In a rare interview, Elena Ferrante describes the writing process behind the Neapolitan novels," 17 May 2018 French news organizations — regional newspapers as well as national ones and newsmagazines — have taken to publishing lists of his confrontations. Alissa J. Rubin, New York Times, "That’s ‘Mr. President’ to You: Macron Scolds French Student," 19 June 2018 The statement, obtained by PEOPLE, states that a tip from the CBS newsmagazine 48 Hours led to the arrest of Jones, who allegedly paid the company in January. Chris Harris,, "Tip From TV Show Leads to Nurse's Arrest for Allegedly Trying to Have Her Lover's Wife Killed," 19 Apr. 2018 As the 25th anniversary of LaChappa’s second-round selection nears, ESPN’s award-winning newsmagazine program E:60 will spend an hour on his story. Jeff Sanders,, "Matt LaChappa, the longest tenured Padre," 3 May 2018

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1890, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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