A story printed by only one paper; a scoop.
A news story that is not being covered by any other station or paper. By definition, an exclusive story loses this status as soon as it is published or broadcast.
A story that is promised to or obtained by only one news organization.
A term used to describe a news article or feature story published by a publication well in advance of its competitors. The term is also used to describe publishing or distribution rights given or sold to only one publisher or distributor in a particular district or region. See also FEATURE RIGHT FOREIGN LANGUAGE RIGHTS
A news item or feature article printed or broadcast by only one newspaper, magazine or television station.
a news report that is reported first by one news organization; "he got a scoop on the bribery of city officials"
news item or feature article that only one newspaper, magazine, or television station may carry
A story that a media outlet has first. Sometimes still called a Scoop by newspapers.
An interview or story opportunity presented solely to one reporter or publication and not to others.
A story that is printed solely by one newspaper; a "scoop."
a news story offered by a PR practitioner to a single newspaper title, radio, website, or TV station.
A story one reporter has obtained to the exclusion of the competition.