journalistically journalistically  /ˌdʒɜr nə ˈlɪ stɪ kə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) by journalists

Usage(s):

  1. But to tell you I saw this would not be journalistically accurate, although true in the sense that I have seen this image repeatedly in my dreams.
  2. At the end of the day they produced a combination of pictures and text that was both journalistically responsible and, in terms of reportage, second to none.
  3. I came at this topic very journalistically, not having an opinion for or against it.

News

  • Gambling with infectious disease

    SANTA BARBARA, CA — Sometimes, a headline pretty much tells the whole, journalistically horrifying story. Late in July, Las Vegas CBS affiliate KLAS TV broadcast a short video report on back-to-school immunizations; the accompanying web article sported this headline, “Doctors Debate Need for Child Vaccinations.”
    on August 13, 2013     Source: Columbia Journalism Review

Quotes

  1. "The idea that somewhere before it is a big story that there is some young person ...... putting themselves on the line morally, ethically, journalistically, that is a great thing," Halberstam said. "I mean, that is what a free society is...
    on Apr 23, 2007 By: David Halberstam Source: Washington Post

  2. "The avaricious Chandlers for the next quarter century bit their tongues while Otis built the newspaper into one of the most powerful in the country, both from a circulation and advertising revenue side as well as journalistically," said Dennis...
    on Jan 19, 2007 By: Dennis McDougal Source: BusinessWeek

  3. When asked if the album was a morbid reflection of the band's lyrical obsession with death, Martin said: "I wouldn't agree with you there at all, no. I'd say you're journalistically twisting me into saying something I don't really mean."
    on Jun 13, 2008 By: Chris Martin Source: Clickmusic

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