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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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With photos) ROME, June 3 (KUNA) -- KUNA Chairman and Director General Sheikh Mubarak Al-Duaij Al-Sabah arrived in Rome on Monday as part of an inspectional tour of the Kuwait News Agency's foreign bureaus.
It's just not possible to cover the world with parachute journalists," says Chris Cramer, president of CNN International (CNNI), which maintains 25 foreign bureaus, more than ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox combined.
The Chicago Tribune, like many other newspapers, eliminated its storied foreign bureaus during the last decade's repeated rounds of belt tightening.
Summary: Sky News has announced that it is to open a new foreign bureau in Dubai.
The very sight of the New York crowd antagonizes the visitor who has come into New York from his farm or small town on the Western plains," a Tribune correspondent reported in 1944 from Gotham -- which the Colonel referred to as a foreign bureau.
Stanford students can apply for a number of internships arranged through the program, including the recently announced Danny Pearl Memorial Internship that places students, who are paid a weekly salary, in a foreign bureau of a major U.
That Pulitzer judge who noted the paucity of entries certainly understands what's going on -- he had shut down his own paper's only foreign bureau during the year.
A February 2007 story in Global Journalist, a publication of the Vienna-based International Press Institute, declared, "The era of the foreign bureau is close to over.
When Newhouse's Cleveland Plain Dealer became the only paper in town in 1982, the response wasn't to invigorate the city desk or open a foreign bureau, but to jack up ad rates by one-third.
Lederer also became the AP's first female foreign bureau chief when she was named to head the bureau in Peru in the mid-1970s.
Thus ended 17 years and five tours as a Los Angeles Times foreign bureau chief.
According to the Tyndall Report, which tracks the content of the network evening newscasts, the amount of time given to foreign bureau reports on ABC, CBS and NBC declined by two-thirds since 1989.
But rather than mindlessly cut, cut, cut, the Times has at the same time added selectively, creating a new foreign bureau, doubling the size of the D.
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