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Synonyms for journalism

the press

reporting

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newspapers and magazines collectively

the profession of reporting or photographing or editing news stories for one of the media

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In this text he shares stories of first- generation Mexican immigrants living in the Yakima Valley region of Washington State, offering insights into the Mexican immigrant community that are rarely presented in television and print journalism.
Robbins was also a member of teams that shared the 2004 Elizabeth Neuffer Award for Print Journalism, given by the U.
McCaskill has a decade of communications experience spanning broadcast and print journalism, public relations and brand marketing.
Alex Machaskee - The president and publisher of The Plain Dealer capped off more than a half-century in newspaper by receiving the Special Recognition Award for exemplary service in print journalism from the Associated Press Society of Ohio this year.
The shrinkage of print journalism and the explosion of many voices through social media and the blogosphere have created confusion among many sports consumers.
Walinchus attends American University and is a print journalism major and environmental science minor.
Each Murray Scholar receives a $5,000 award through a competition based on second- and third-year print journalism experience, student eligibility and written essays judged by nationally recognized journalists and sportswriters selected by the Foundation.
I ventured into writing the column with great pleasure in returning to print journalism and I am saddened by the necessity to now withdraw from all those papers who published my commentary and their subscribers who read it.
The fellowships are given to working journalists with less than five years of professional experience in print journalism so they can complete a one-year project of their choosing, focusing on journalism supportive of American culture and a free society.
a senior print journalism major at the Manship School of Mass Communication, and the chief sports writer for the campus newspaper, The Daily Reveille.
To present the country's new image, the services of the renowned public relations firm Hill and Knowlton were contracted, which set about presenting information on the country to more than 30,000 companies engaged in print journalism and the Internet, giving readers and users a chance to learn what El Salvador has to offer, as well as the latest developments.
It is one of the few programs offered by a media company that brings students together with some of the foremost experts in print journalism in an intensive setting that mirrors actual newsroom conditions.
With a degree in Print Journalism from Howard University, Tyree has been recognized as one of the most renowned contemporary writers in the African-American community.
The program, in its 31st year, honors excellence in 144 categories of print journalism, on-line journalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, graphic design, photography, books, CD-ROM's, and broadcasting.