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jur nuh li zuhm

  • n  newspapers and magazines collectively
  • n  the profession of reporting or photographing or editing news stories for one of the media

  • You can't open a newspaperor read a newsmagazine websitethese days without seeing a report wondering if X, Y or Z "can save journalism.
  • Illustration by Francisco Caceres Or coffee! Maybe coffee will save journalism! In June, MSNBC signed a deal to make Starbucks the official caffeinated beverage of its talk show .
  • Secondly, the he saidshe said standard model of journalism is outmoded and needs to be scraped.
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  • Tim Finchem in
    It smacks of tabloid journalism,Finchem said in a statement. "It was a naked attempt to inflame and keep alive an incident that was heading to an appropriate conclusion."
  • Harry Reid in
    Tim was a warm and gracious family man with a great zest for life and an unsurpassed passion for his work,said Senate majority leader Harry Reid. "His rise from working-class roots to become a well-respected leader in political journalism...
  • John McCain in ABC News
    But our real business isn't printing on dead trees. It's giving our readers great journalism and great judgment. It's true that in the coming decades, the printed versions of some newspapers will lose circulation. But if papers provide readers with... Rupert Murdoch International Herald Tribune Nov 16, 2008 54857 72638 journalist Frankly, I wish they had picked a moderator that isn't writing a book that is favorable to Barack Obama -- I mean let's face it," said McCain. "But I have to have confidence that Gwen Ifill will treat this as the professional journalist that...

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