foreign correspondent


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

foreign correspondent

n.
A correspondent who sends news reports or commentary from a foreign country.

foreign correspondent

n
(Journalism & Publishing) journalism a reporter who visits or resides in a foreign country in order to report on its affairs

for′eign correspond′ent


n.
a correspondent, as for a newspaper, assigned to send back news reports from a foreign country.
[1945]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.foreign correspondent - a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a foreign country for publication or broadcast
newspaperman, newspaperwoman, newswriter, pressman, correspondent - a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media
References in classic literature ?
Hearing from his foreign correspondents of two women who had made successful first appearances, one at Milan and one at Florence, he had arranged to visit those cities, and to judge of the merits of the dancers for himself, before he joined the bride and bridegroom.
By Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent,Foreign Correspondent
Renowned foreign correspondent John Simpson recounts his life on the battlefield.
30, Australian Story, Four Corners, Q&A, Insiders, Offsiders, Lateline, Foreign Correspondent, Behind the News, AM, PM, The World Today and Correspondents Report, as well as finding the best ways to deliver the ABCs finest investigative and long-form content to new audiences.
ZB Financial Holdings has said that it has regained most of its foreign correspondent banking accounts after it was removed from the US sanctions list.
However, just after removing Mohyeldin, the network decided to send its chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel, into Gaza.
He started to work as a foreign correspondent for Swedish Radio in 2001, and mainly covered Asia and the Middle East.
Career: Became a respected foreign correspondent, reporting from 53 countries, including a four-year stint in South Africa.
Summary: Foreign correspondent Marie Colvin died in Syria trying to retrieve her shoes so she could escape a bomb attack in Homs.
If greater attention is not paid to this circumstance, we may soon reach a time when the foreign correspondent is a relic from a past age of journalism.
Hamilton highlights the period between the World Wars, calling this the "Golden Age" of the foreign correspondent.
He had a spell in Belfast at the height of the Troubles and was a foreign correspondent in Cairo, Hong Kong, New York, Washington and Rome.

Full browser ?