newspapering newspapering


  • (n) journalism practiced for the newspapers


  1. Darnton relies on gentle satire to evoke the many ironies in newspapering and even his seemingly throwaway descriptions of news situations ring utterly true.
  2. A onetime altar boy and chicken picker, Smith quit school after the eighth grade and began newspapering.
  3. But Publisher Fath was more interested in business than in newspapering.



  1. Eggers, says the Weekly, "seems to have whitewashed his own newspapering past," or, it goes on, has "forgotten about his time as a regular newspaper contributor, thus explaining his apparent confusion about how real, day-to-day, week-to-week...
    on Jan 6, 2010 By: Dave Eggers Source: BayNewser

  2. "It's become very important, particularly for metropolitan papers, to create a lot of niche products," said John Morton, a newspaper industry analyst in Maryland. "It may not be newspapering as we used to know it, but it contributes to the...
    on Aug 25, 2008 By: John Morton Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. Speaking from New York, Oreskes said that he considered the IHT "one of the great franchises in newspapering," and would seek to build on improvements made since The Times bought out the previous co-owner, The Washington Post, in 2003.
    on May 11, 2005 By: Naomi Oreskes Source: International Herald Tribune

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