The periodical collection and publication of current news; the business of managing, editing, or writing for, journals, newspapers, magazines, broadcasting media such as radio or television, or other news media such as distribution over the internet; as, political journalism; broadcast journalism; print journalism.
The branch of knowledge that studies phenomena associated with news collection, distribution, and editing; a course of study, especially in institutions of higher learning, that teaches students how to write, edit, or report news.
a style of writing for presenting bare facts to describe news events
the business or practice of writing and producing news media.
the work or profession of collecting and reporting news ...... back
newspapers and magazines collectively
the profession of reporting or photographing or editing news stories for one of the media
a term utilized to describe mass media that focus on news
The collection and editing of news for presentation through the media
Writing intended for publication in a newspaper or magazine, or for broadcast on a radio or television program featuring news, sports, entertainment, or other timely material. The essay s and reviews written by H. L. Mencken for the Baltimore Morning Herald and collected in his Prejudices are an example of journalism. (See also New Journalism.)
Process of collecting, writing, editing, and publishing news.
Journalism is a discipline of writing. News-oriented journalism is sometimes described as the "first rough draft of history" (attributed to Phil Graham), because journalists often did record important events, however producing news articles on short deadlines. While under pressure to be first with their stories, news media organizations usually edit and proofread their reports prior to publication, adhering to each organization's standards of accuracy, quality, and style.