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Synonyms for newsbreak

a short news announcement concerning some on-going news story

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The NewsBreak video series serves up the biggest stories in a bite-sized and engaging medium.
To those who say that critics of the Bush plan are engaging in class warfare, I've got a newsbreak for you - the class wars are over.
She explained how reporters are constantly under pressure to bring back and present their stories by the 5:00 newsbreak.
Sprint/UTF supplies employees with national and world news, business news, sports, and weather information through TVI NewsBreak, a nationally distributed news service.
Reports said Gomez is getting her own perfume after the newsbreak of Bieber's fragrance 'Someday' hit an all-time celebrity fragrance with record sales at Macy's.
But the value of what we stand for, fair reporting and press freedom, is far beyond this figure,'' said Marites Daguilan-Vitug, editor-in-chief of the news magazine Newsbreak, who is one of the journalists sued by Arroyo's husband.
He began his career in media as a newsbreak announcer and board engineer at WCLV-FM in Cleveland.
David Washington, author of Life is a Choice: A Guide to Success in Life, will be a guest on Newsbreak with Harold Fisher.
has launched a new online video series - eWEEK NewsBreak - that provides the IT community with an analysis of the top stories of the week and what those developments mean to IT buyers.
The company produces and sells a family of award-winning consumer and business mobile applications for Windows-based PC and mobile devices including eWallet, ListPro, NewsBreak, DockWare and Keep Track.
NBTV Campaigns Now Include 60 Second NewsBreak Shorts[TM] Spots Aired Nationally on DIRECTV[R] & DISH Network[R]
Some of the tips in the fact sheet include: -- Take a newsbreak.
Other leaders include: Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela (#3); George Ishaq, leader of the Kefaya movement in Egypt (#9); John McCain, US Senator (#14); Ngozi Okonjo-Ikewala, Nigeria's finance minister (#18); Lakshmi Mittal, steel magnate (#25); Moqtada Al Sadr, Shia cleric, Iraq (#29); and Marites Danguilan-Vitug, Editor-in-Chief of Newsbreak magazine, Philippines (#45).
The news comes on the heels of Tuesday's newsbreak that TTCM China is seeking a government license and making arrangements to mine and process the rare and valuable metal, vanadium.
com will continue to publish its popular InternetWeek NewsBreak newsletter -- with coverage in the same four core areas -- to its 150,000 subscribers.