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 (no͞oz′wēk′lē, nyo͞oz′-)
n. pl. news·week·lies
A weekly newsmagazine or newspaper that reports current events.


a weekly publication concerned with current affairs


(ˈnuzˌwik li, ˈnyuz-)

n., pl. -lies.
a newsmagazine or newspaper published weekly.
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The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN) is a diverse group of 125 alt-weekly news organizations that cover every major metropolitan area in North America.
The long saga of Chicago's two best-known gay newsweeklies has entered its last chapter.
The "Professional Courtesy" mailings from the newsweeklies and trade magazines carry no copy--just an order form.
This picture has much to tell us--albeit in ways the newsweeklies didn't intend.
Satirist Neal Pollack presented the awards to an audience of about 200 at the 26th annual Association of Alternative Newsweeklies Convention.
WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee recently purged the Arkansas Times - the largest weekly newspaper in Arkansas and a respected member of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN)- from his official press e-mail list (http://www.
However, the government's interest in the two papers clearly demonstrates the valuable service they provided in their respective communities and is a validation of the vital role of alternative newsweeklies everywhere.
CONTACT: Roxanne Cooper, Director of Sales and Marketing of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, +1-202-289-8484, or rcooper@aan.
Overall advertising revenues were down 3 percent in 2001 in the $500 million alternative newsweekly industry, a drop less than that experienced by other sectors of the media, according to an annual survey of members of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies by Seija Goldstein Associates Inc.
the largest independently owned group of metropolitan newsweeklies in the U.
The awards, announced today at the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies annual convention, recognize superior journalism and graphic design among the 120 AAN member papers, which include alternative newsweeklies across the United States and Canada.