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

Examples of newsmagazine in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web George Floyd is profiled in this new episode of the newsmagazine. Los Angeles Times, "What’s on TV Friday: ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ on HBO," 22 Apr. 2021 And what happens that makes, thanks to national newsmagazine interviews, Jeanette public enemy No. 1? Bill Goodykoontz, The Arizona Republic, "Everything in moderation. Except for 'Cruel Summer,' the new mystery show on Freeform," 13 Apr. 2021 Osbourne told the entertainment newsmagazine that the hosts agreed not to blindside each other after that exchange became emotional. David Bauder, ajc, "UPDATE: Sharon Osbourne says she’s ‘been set up’; weighing return to ‘The Talk’," 17 Mar. 2021 Turner has been with the entertainment newsmagazine for almost seven years, after joining in 2014 as a correspondent. Elise Brisco, USA TODAY, "Nischelle Turner becomes first Black woman to co-host 'Entertainment Tonight'," 19 Mar. 2021 As part of a larger story about Florida's vaccine rollout, the renowned newsmagazine program spotlighted a recent $100,000 donation that Publix made to DeSantis' re-election bid. Oliver Darcy, CNN, "'60 Minutes' faces backlash from Democrats and Publix for critical story on Florida's vaccine rollout," 5 Apr. 2021 Emergency Management head Jared Moskowitz tweeted at CBS's newsmagazine that Publix, a popular southern grocery store chain, was recommended by his agency and the Florida Department of Health, not the governor's office. David Rutz, Fox News, "Florida Democrat: '60 Minutes' Desantis report was 'absolute malarkey'," 5 Apr. 2021 This broadcast network newsmagazine is the first to put Black life in America in the spotlight. Ew Staff, EW.com, "What to Watch on Tuesday: The Flash season 7 gets up and running on The CW," 2 Mar. 2021 This story corrects that Bill Owens began as a newsmagazine producer at '60 Minutes II,′ not at the network in general. David Bauder, Star Tribune, "'60 Minutes' will have streaming spinoff on Paramount+," 24 Feb. 2021

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First Known Use of newsmagazine

1890, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Newsmagazine.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/newsmagazine. Accessed 16 May. 2021.

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