newsweekly

noun
news·​week·​ly | \ ˈnüz-ˌwē-klē How to pronounce newsweekly (audio) , ˈnyüz- \

Definition of newsweekly

: a weekly newspaper or newsmagazine

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Recent Examples on the Web But Marfa is no ordinary town, and its newsweekly has been a pillar of the community for nearly a century — long before Marfa became cool. New York Times, "Marfa’s Answer to the Collapse of Local News: Coffee and Cocktails," 20 Feb. 2020 To subscribe, go to the Hulu website, or Hulu + Live TV) News of the renewal comes at a bittersweet time, as the alternative newsweekly that Annie writes for is inspired by Seattle’s The Stranger, and its sibling paper, The Portland Mercury. oregonlive, "Portland-filmed ‘Shrill’ renewed for Season 3 on Hulu," 31 Mar. 2020 Newsweek was founded in 1933 as a newsweekly to rival Henry Luce’s Time. Marc Tracy, New York Times, "A Former Owner of Newsweek Pleads Guilty in a Fraud Scheme," 14 Feb. 2020 The person who leaked the document to the Italian newsweekly L'Espresso remains unknown. NBC News, "Pope's bodyguard resigns over new financial leaks scandal," 14 Oct. 2019 Donnelly spent 20 years at the newsweekly before moving to the DOD for the first time in 2007. James Bandler, ProPublica, "How Amazon and Silicon Valley Seduced the Pentagon," 22 Aug. 2019 Boston was an epicenter of gay and lesbian activism, whose own epicenter was the weekly Gay Community News, the only national gay newsweekly. Masha Gessen, The New Yorker, "Coming Out, and Rising Up, in the Fifty Years After Stonewall," 28 June 2019 In an interview published on Thursday in the newsweekly Le Point, Mr. Brion said his life had been upended by the accusations. Aurelien Breeden, New York Times, "Crude, Yes, but Not Like Weinstein: French Man Sues MeToo Accuser," 18 Jan. 2018 Duffy joined the magazine in 1985, the same year as Gibbs, as a Pentagon correspondent, and went on to become the storied newsweekly’s No. Joe Pompeo, vanityfair.com, "Michael Duffy Departs Time as an Era Keeps Ending," 18 Oct. 2017

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1846, in the meaning defined above

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

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