print journalism

noun
journalism as practiced in newspapers and magazines.

Origin:
1970–75

print journalist, noun
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The collapse of daily print journalism will mean many things.
Unlike any single piece of print journalism, its borders are extremely porous
  and its truth inherently transitory.
She also expressed pride for helping the paper navigate the transition from
  traditional print journalism to the digital world.
We keep hearing that print journalism is dying and that fewer and fewer people
  have use for newspapers made of actual paper.
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