Definition of newsroom
1 : a place (such as an office) where news is prepared for publication or broadcast
2 : newsstand
Recent Examples of newsroom from the Web
With media budgets crunched, newsrooms are ever more careful about where to send reporters.
Cleveland.com is joining other newsrooms in a nationwide effort to accurately report on hate crimes in a massive project led by the non-profit investigative news organization ProPublica.
The buyouts are meant primarily for editors, but reporters and others in the newsroom will also be able to apply for them, the memo said.
Earlier this month our editor, Mark Lorando, conveyed this vision in an internal memo to his newsroom.
The legacy newsroom mostly held onto its traditional notions about news gathering and publication schedules while the new dot.com thing set out to push boundaries.
This story was reported by Voice of OC, a nonprofit investigative newsroom, as part of a publishing agreement with TimesOC.
No newsroom, not at The New York Times or ABC or Wired, can scoop 100 million reporters.
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First Known Use of newsroom
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Definition of newsroom for English Language Learners
: an office where the news is prepared for a newspaper or a television or radio program
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