city room


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city room

n.
The department in a journalistic editorial office that handles local news.

cit′y room`


n.
the department in which local news is handled for a newspaper, radio, television station, etc.
[1915–20]
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Noun1.city room - the editorial department of a newspaper that edits the local newscity room - the editorial department of a newspaper that edits the local news
editorial department - the department of a publishing business that edits material for publication
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Major refurbishments have been carried out in the City Room, after the area was devastated by the detonation of a bomb that killed 22 people.
I toiled shoulder to shoulder with him for a dozen years at The Village Voice in the prehistoric era when journalists still had to come into the city room with their copy, which meant that he and I crossed paths twenty times a week.
Leslie of YoCo Club; Nick Findlay from City Room Rentals; Phil Mowat of Tie Club; Scott McFarlane from Trans World Experience and Andrew Bone from Airts.
The flag, which permanently hangs in the City Room of City Hall to officially acknowledge that Edmonton lies within Treaty 6 territory, will fly for one week outside City Hall.
Acquiring the Eugene Water & Electric Board property would give the city room to include other city offices in the building, instead of having every other department strewn around the city.
In our Splendid City Room, we found bright colours, comfy well-sized twin beds and a Nespresso machine, which we made use of , we omfy resso se of straight away.
Huddlestone booked himself in to have his lengthy locks officially cut in the Hull dressing City room by personal stylist Lance Lowe, the report added.
Set in the paper's cluttered city room on the day news of the deal came down, Ink "captures the moment when the Internet age caught up to the printed media age and slipped a knife in its side," as Allegra puts it.
However, the New York City room count has expanded from 60,000 to 90,000 in recent years with RevPAR increasing not decreasing.
Police say several guns found at home of Webster firefighter killer -- all illegal, since he was convicted felon," said the New York Times City Room bureau chief Andy Newman in a (https://twitter.
1) Sharon Otterman, "His Message in Rome: New York Isn't Sin City," New York Times City Room Blog, February 14, 2012.