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reporter

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letter writer

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something closely resembling or analogous to something else

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someone who communicates by means of letters

a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media

similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar

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But as one paper after another closed foreign bureaus, he realized he needed not only to teach reporters how to work overseas, but to get them there--fast.
It has 15 foreign bureaus and has assigned two major bureaus to each of its four largest papers.
Stories often involve collaboration with other Foreign bureaus and the type of reporting can vary widely from week to week.
He kvetches that belt-tightening over the years shut down a lot of foreign bureaus, but doesn't connect the dots further - that ignoring the world beyond our shores resulted in viewers unaware of the fractious global picture, contributing to a myopia that made Sept.
Soon the phenomenally profitable publication, which had grown and expanded and set up subsidiary ventures and foreign bureaus and generally acquired all the other apparatus of an Information Age empire, was hemorrhaging money.
The panelists carped about media outlets that were supposedly caught "asleep at the having recently cut back on expensive foreign bureaus.
bureaus, foreign bureaus are limited in the quantity of convention services they can provide.
and foreign bureaus, and special collections such as photographs, manuscripts, sound recordings and oral histories.
Both ABC and CBS set 21-year record lows for use of their foreign bureaus.
The owners of the Sun, like profit-hungry publishers across the country, have decimated their newsrooms--closed foreign bureaus, left education, religion and culture uncovered--and told men and women who once loved journalism with a passion to "do more with less.
Through this relationship, The Sunday Times will be able to offer its readers the awarding-winning work of our global network of journalists -- reporters, editors, photographers and graphic artists stationed in New York as well as in 27 foreign bureaus.
Invited as judges for the 50th anniversary show are, among others, the prominent British director John Boorman (President); Cindy Strand, CNN Director of Coverage for International News; Sue Phillips, Al Jazeera Director of Foreign Bureaus and Development; and, from Russia, TV presenter Vladimir Pozner and Head of News RT/English Irakly Gachechiladze.
The report notes that because of their own budget cuts, fewer media outlets, have foreign bureaus.
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