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fourth estate

n.
Journalists considered as a group; the public press.

fourth estate

n
(Journalism & Publishing) (sometimes capitals) journalists or their profession; the press. See estate4

fourth′ estate′


n.
(often caps.) the journalistic profession or its members; the press.
[1830–40]

Fourth Estate

 the complete body of journalists; the profession of journalism—Slang Dictionary, 1874.
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Noun1.fourth estate - the press, including journalists, newspaper writers, photographersfourth estate - the press, including journalists, newspaper writers, photographers
estate of the realm, the three estates, estate - a major social class or order of persons regarded collectively as part of the body politic of the country (especially in the United Kingdom) and formerly possessing distinct political rights

fourth estate

noun
Journalists and journalism in general:
medium (used in plural media), press.
British: Fleet Street.
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Its fourth estate meanwhile is the 10-ha Circulo Verde located along Calle Industria in Quezon City.
FOURTH ESTATE-It's an interesting issue worth watching since it will somehow define media's role as the so-called FOURTH ESTATE. This postulates that while government has THREE independent branches (executive, legislative and judiciary) that are co- equal and independent from each other, the press is mythically the FOURTH branch as it is supposed to operate independently and without interference from government, but subject only to existing and prevailing laws.
Finally, and what I find most fascinating, is that the author of the Fourth Estate decision was Ruth Bader Ginsburg, probably the court's most liberal justice, and the author of the Rimini Street ruling was Brett Kavanaugh, arguably the court's most conservative justice.
Case Name: Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v.
The consolidation, known as the Fourth Estate Network Optimization (4NEO) effort, was directed by the DoD chief information officer and acting chief management officer in late 2018.
She made the statement as she addressed the first forum "Fourth Estate Dialogues", which was organized by the University of Bahrain (UoB) Media Club.
Prior to the Fourth Estate decision, some courts, including the Fifth and Ninth Circuits, had adopted an "application approach," holding that this requirement is met when the copyright owner simply files completed application paperwork with the Copyright Office and pays the registration fee.
Tunde Bakare, urged the media as the fourth estate of the realm to ensure that democracy was well preserved.
The King hailed BJA elections which reflect the pioneering and responsible role of the Fourth Estate as well as its confidence in Bahraini women and their achievements.
The Ravenmaster, by Christopher Skaife (Fourth Estate, PS14.99)
Called 'The Fourth Estate', it shows a huge scale visual landscape of the UK news media and is expected to be on display in Williamson Square for at least two weeks.
Casten, I do support the role of the Fourth Estate. This is not fake news.