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a person who investigates and reports or edits news stories

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Veteran Newsman Ron Kaye, describes the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) that has been plagued with cronyism and corruption.
Speaking at a memorial service for the legendary newsman, Obama acknowledged he hadn't known Cronkite personally, "but I have benefited as a citizen from his dogged pursuit of the truth.
We expected her to win today - she's just like her uncle The Newsman.
CBS newsman Bob Schieffer addressed the students at the U.
The newly minted Golden Globe nominee finally got around to apologizing to Lauer for a disastrous interview in which he called the newsman "glib" and ranted about psychiatry and Scientology, reports E
Louis when Ron Morgan hired me as a newsman on KS-84 (KSD-FM) in 1980.
Krile last appeared as a newsman on the "5:30 Report," a short-lived local news program on Equity's KWBF-TV, Channel 42, that was taken off the air last summer.
Vintage black-and-white photographs on almost every page illustrate this absorbing life story of a distinguished newsman, especially recommended for middle and secondary school library collections.
Also included is former ABC newsman and top Bratton aide John Miller.
THE unlawful killing of veteran ITV newsman Terry Lloyd was a war crime.
Another McCarthy misstep: attacking iconic newsman Edward R.
As the third UNC collection on the best of Southern food writing, this volume springs from the Appalachians, the Ozarks and "the hillbilly diaspora" with writers as diverse as its natives from poet Nikki Giovanni to newsman Rick Bragg.
Characters include McKinley and his suffering wife Ida; William Randolf Hearst, unscrupulous newsman who urges the removal of McKinley; Mark Hanna, king maker, who raises millions from businessmen and buys the presidency; Emma Goldman, anarchist and advocate of free love; Ambrose Bierce, fiery newsman who writes for Hearst; Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick, men of steel who have striking workers shot; William Jennings Bryan, McKinley's political rival; and flamboyant vice president Teddy Roosevelt.
Richard Burrell, a prominent newsman whose wife, Lee is a professor of geology, is sent over to investigate.
He is a veteran newsman with 16 years of newspaper and television experience.