journalistically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  by journalists
    he is being journalistically crucified in his own country

  • 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.
  • Its pugilism and its high-decibel hosts' badly masked rightward leanings are journalistically incorrect, but they're not marketing (well, not just marketing).
  • 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.
News & Articles

  • 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.”
    Aug. 12, 2013 - Columbia Journalism Review

  • David Halberstam in Washington Post
    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...
  • Dennis McDougal in BusinessWeek
    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...
  • Chris Martin in Clickmusic
    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."

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