news organisation

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: organisation - an agency to collects news reports for newspapers and distributes it electronically
agency - a business that serves other businesses
syndicate - a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc. to newspapers for simultaneous publication
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The matter he printed was emotional; the news organisation had not as yet found its way back.
The news organisation says it was told it had violated codes of conduct and other rules.
It appears therefore that content theft in news organisation intrusions may not be the grand prix for hackers and attackers.
To then turn against a news organisation like the BBC for exposing corruption via Panorama is effectively to accept that corruption.
My tenancy in my student house is coming to an end, but nothing to worry about since a top news organisation has shown great interest in taking me on.
The core of the Times story had to do with media self-censorship in China: a top American news executive's telling his reporters that a story was being pulled back at least partly because it might get their news organisation kicked out of the country.
Fars News Agency, a semi-official media outlet of the Iranian regime, earnestly published a word-for-word duplicate of an article from the 'Onion', a spoof news organisation based in Chicago, The Telegraph reports.
Summary: The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act will allow news organisations to bargain collectively against tech platforms
News organisations are being challenged by technology giants and unsettled by a broader lack of trust but they have a much deeper problem: most people don't want to pay for online news, the Reuters Institute found.
The GNI Innovation Challenge is inviting proposals for projects from news organisations of every size to address increasing engagement with readers and/or exploring new business models in any form, such as subscriptions, membership programmes and so on.
With the decline of sales and circulation for print newspapers and the pressure for online news organisations to produce content that drives high readership traffic, what is the future for journalism?