news organization

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an agency to collects news reports for newspapers and distributes it electronically

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A metaphor like this allows everyone involved - publishers, editors, advertisers, reporters and even readers - to engage in conversation of how the news organization can best do its job and turn a profit.
The Clinton administration announced Wednesday that it would allow American news organizations to open bureaus in Cuba for the first time in nearly 30 years, hoping that the presence of a corps of foreign journalists will increase diplomatic and political pressure on the Communist government of Fidel Castro.
Wood said Jewell's lawyers would continue to pursue defamation lawsuits against news organizations that reported he was a suspect, ``and it's a good possibility that we will down the road institute legal action against members of the FBI.
The idea is that some news organizations are only trusted by their readers or watchers, and others are broadly trusted across society, even by those who don't follow them directly.
Section 2 under 'Qualifications for MPC Membership' states: 'For internet-based media, the reporter must represent a website affiliated with a duly-recognized print/radio/TV agency, or established online news organization with regular deployment of personnel in major beats.
If a news organization shuts down, its owner can choose to continue paying for a server to keep the content up as it was indefinitely, convince someone else to (and local libraries, for example, are still mostly unprepared to confront purely digital preservation questions such as this), or turn their content over to an archiving monetization service such as NewsBank.
Journalists and news organizations are a frequent target of state-sponsored hacking attacks, suggests research by two Google security engineers, presented at the Black Hat conference in Singapore.
News organizations around the country are campaigning for Facebook fans like status-obsessed teenagers.
A spokesman for President Mahinda Rajapakse's office said he has spoken to the inspector general of police and ''ordered a full investigation'' into the latest attack on an antigovernment news organization, which follows the burning of private TV station Siyatha in July 2010 and the bombing of private TV station Maharaja in January 2009.
The family-owned Spokesman-Review in Spokane was a winner in the News Organization category.
Ag news from Brazil will be featured on RFD-TV starting in November, anchored by a half-hour "This Week in Brazil," which will be produced in English by Terraviva's extensive news organization.
Reporters consider, intentionally or not, the prevailing political ideology, the probable responses of their superiors and sources to the story, and the angle their news organization is likely to take on the story.
Cushman & Wakefield announced that The Associated Press, the world's largest news organization, has finalized its decision to lease 290,773 SF at 450 West 33rd St.
Remember that a reporter works for a news organization and it is the business of that organization to arouse the interest of its audience.
As a precaution, in 1991, the NABJ and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund agreed to legally challenge any news organization that discriminates against black employees.