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print journalism

journalism as practiced in newspapers and magazines.
Origin of print journalism
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print journalist, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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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.
  • Others become editors in print journalism or program managers in broadcast journalism, supervising reporters.
  • Some firms seek college graduates who have worked in electronic or print journalism.
  • Online journalism is only a hot topic because print journalism is on the financial ropes.
  • She plans to return to print journalism, or perhaps pursue something internationally.
  • Television broadcasts appeared to avoid some of the restrictions imposed on print journalism.
  • The government controlled information even more tightly in the broadcast media than in print journalism.

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