-ˈzēn How to pronounce newsmagazine (audio)
: a usually weekly magazine devoted chiefly to summarizing and analyzing news

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web Episodes toggle newsmagazine style between interviews and more general observations about history and culture, including Hannah-Jones’ personal story as a biracial woman with roots in the South. Daniel D'addario, Variety, 18 Jan. 2023 The oldest newsmagazine show on television, 60 Minutes airs every Sunday on CBS. Tim Chan, Rolling Stone, 3 Jan. 2023 Having premiered in 1968, 60 Minutes is the oldest and most-watched newsmagazine on television that gets the real story on America’s most prevalent issues. al, 7 Jan. 2023 The newsmagazine cited as its sources two unnamed people who had key roles in the surveillance, but did not offer evidence to back the allegations. Matina Stevis-gridneff, New York Times, 7 Nov. 2022 Licht has also telegraphed plans to overhaul Sundays, which will be capped off by Chris Wallace’s interview program and a newsmagazine show. Alex Weprin, The Hollywood Reporter, 19 Sep. 2022 The show, which premiered in 1992 with Stone Phillips and Jane Pauley as co-anchors, began as a traditional TV newsmagazine — with three to five segments that typically included interviews, features and investigations. John Koblin, New York Times, 2 Oct. 2022 He was barred from writing under his own name before he was rehabilitated in 1961 and went to work as an editor at Polityka, a weekly newsmagazine. Clay Risen, New York Times, 5 Oct. 2022 Stahl believes the newsmagazine, which launched in 1968, has maintained a consistently large audience for decades because the format hasn't changed, with in-depth segments covering a broad spectrum of topics including politics, science and the arts. Patrick Ryan, USA TODAY, 13 Oct. 2022 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1890, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of newsmagazine was in 1890

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“Newsmagazine.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 Mar. 2023.

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