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
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Newsrooms can be a zoo most any day but the Atlanta Journal-Constitution was a little more so this morning, when Harry the Sloth, Dijon the African Peguin and Cyrano the Toucan came to call.
Last season, Amazon’s Good Girls Revolt managed to capture some of the fervor, and the fun, of life in a newsroom.
One bittersweet change in the newsroom is that longtime Statesman journalist Bill Roberts is retiring after 43 years in this profession, 30 as a Statesman reporter and editor.
Other employees across the newsroom share their anger.
Most newsrooms are structured to safeguard against mistakes, with editors, fact-checkers, and sometimes even legal experts reviewing stories.
ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom.
From congressional hideaways to country-club fairways, from newsrooms to lunchrooms, from skyscraper to silo, the realization is sinking in: this is going to be with us for quite a while.
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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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