journalistically


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jour·nal·is·tic

 (jûr′nə-lĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of journalism or journalists.

jour′nal·is′ti·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.journalistically - by journalists; "he is being journalistically crucified in his own country"
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journalistically

advim Zeitungsstil
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A couple of years ago, Fox News dropped the slogan "Fair & Balanced," not because the conservative news source had changed course journalistically but because it had been coined by disgraced network founder Roger Ailes.
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Though a first-time novelist, Swiss author Michelle Steinbeck is far from inexperienced, having written in prose, verse, and dramatic forms as well as journalistically Told in a matter-of-fact yet whimsical style, this morbid bildungsroman tells the "Freudian adult fairy tale" of a woman traveling in search of her father, corpse in a suitcase at her side.
However, Arab News has learned that his release came as a result of efforts made by the Ministry of Media which argued that Al-Ghamdi's behavior was journalistically acceptable and for the public good.
executive Chairman Rupert Murdoch commented on the matter, stating in part: "Recognition of a problem is one step on the pathway to cure, but the remedial measures that both [Facebook and Google (GOOG)] have so far proposed are inadequate, commercially, socially and journalistically...The time has come to consider a different route.
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Overall, the film, though journalistically fuzzy, seems to be made with an idealistic passion.
"Not only did it work journalistically, but advertising was able to sell against sports coverage on multiple platforms," he wrote.
Now, it's certainly an unusual (and journalistically baffling) decision to give the spokesman of the most powerful man in the nation, now an internationally known proponent of Hitlerian public policy, so much editorial space in a major news outlet.
But until women really do represent half of business executives, I don't see that as journalistically sound.
This reference book offered the "journalistically correct" ways to refer to various news topics and those involved in a multitude of issues.