newsmagazine

noun
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 popularity of newsmagazines waned in the mid-2000s, but true crime stories continued to be strong draws. Stephen Battaglio, Detroit Free Press, "The verdict is in: Viewers can't get enough true-crime stories from NBC's ‘Dateline’," 14 July 2019 Grzegorz Rzeczkowski, a respected investigative reporter for the Polityka newsmagazine, argues in a new book that Russian intelligence services carried out the restaurant buggings on behalf of the Kremlin. Washington Post, "Was Polish scandal a Russian test for US election tampering?," 4 Aug. 2019 The popularity of newsmagazines waned in the mid-2000s, but true crime stories continued to be strong draws. Stephen Battaglio, Detroit Free Press, "The verdict is in: Viewers can't get enough true-crime stories from NBC's ‘Dateline’," 14 July 2019 But the newsmagazine has become a pop culture phenomenon, propelled by a growing public appetite for true-crime stories. Stephen Battaglio, chicagotribune.com, "How Keith Morrison and ‘Dateline’ became true crime sex symbols," 15 July 2019 The popularity of newsmagazines waned in the mid-2000s, but true crime stories continued to be strong draws. Stephen Battaglio, Detroit Free Press, "The verdict is in: Viewers can't get enough true-crime stories from NBC's ‘Dateline’," 14 July 2019 The popularity of newsmagazines waned in the mid-2000s, but true crime stories continued to be strong draws. Stephen Battaglio, latimes.com, "NBC’s ‘Dateline’ is riding high on TV's true-crime wave," 11 July 2019 Other thematic threads woven into the film include the evolution of the TV newsmagazine and the power of television to shape opinion — both of the audience and the reporter. Michael O'sullivan, Twin Cities, "Mike Wallace documentary reminds us of journalism’s power — and responsibility," 8 Aug. 2019 But the newsmagazine has become a pop culture phenomenon, propelled by a growing public appetite for true-crime stories. Stephen Battaglio, chicagotribune.com, "How Keith Morrison and ‘Dateline’ became true crime sex symbols," 15 July 2019

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First Known Use of newsmagazine

1890, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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