A second point is that we have to distinguish between investigative journalism and “leak” journalism.
Hamilton Nolan delivers a much-needed dose of perspective for journalism's "me" generation.
It is the most small-minded interpretation of "journalism" there is.
It was this culture of journalism that took place while James Murdoch was in charge.
If most headlines are to be believed, Clark has used his super strength to usher in the end of journalism.
Some entered the teaching career and were lost to literature, others threw themselves into journalism.
You'll learn a lot from journalism if you don't stay at it too long.
Modern journalism uses a form known as the "open letter" which is really an epistle.
Carlow folk held up their heads when journalism was mentioned.
There are many contemporary writers whose work seems to be a development of journalism.
1821, regarded as a French word at first, from French journalisme (1781), from journal (see journal).
Journalism will kill you, but it will keep you alive while you're at it. [Horace Greely (1811-1872), U.S. journalist]Journalese "language typical of newspaper articles or headlines" is from 1882.
Where men are insulated they are easily oppressed; when roads become good, and intercourse is easy, their force is increased more than a hundred fold: when, without personal communication, their opinions can be interchanged, and the people thus become one mass, breathing one breath and one spirit, their might increases in a ratio of which it is difficult to find the measure or the limit. Journalism does this office .... ["New Monthly Magazine," London, 1831]
[Géo] London was in western France covering the trial of a parricide that began in mid-afternoon. Because he had an early deadline, he telephoned a story that he was certain would take place: an angry crowd cursing the accused as he was marched to the courthouse from his holding cell at the police station. London then relaxed over lunch until he saw with dismay the guards and the prisoner coming but "not even the shadow of a gawker." His reputation at stake, he stalked to the door, cried out, "Kill him!" and returned to his table. [Benjamin F. Martin, "France in 1938"]