news organization

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: organization - 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 portal where readers get more news than from any other single news organization doesn't want to be classified as such because it would be subject to the stringent rules applied to newspapers and broadcasters.
Scott Montgomery, NPR's managing editor for digital news, says the news organization made the decision because NPR's audience is more engaged on social media.
Huntley said Chinese hackers recently gained access to a major Western news organization, which he declined to identify, via a fake questionnaire emailed to staff.
The news organization said that the posts were deleted within minutes and the accounts have since been secured.
The second most-viewed news organization among the top videos was Fox News, although the study pointed out that more than half of those videos were posted in criticism of the network.
Budde told the Philadelphia Inquirer on Friday that he plans to involve many local partners as well as local technologists in developing a news organization that will try "different approaches that are more social-media inspired ...
Finally, we don't yet understand the return on investment of users who "Like" a news organization on Facebook in order to win an iPad or save a shelter dog.
A news organization running a popular antigovernment website in Sri Lanka was attacked Monday by unidentified men who set its computers and library on fire, journalists and officials said.
Why not create a ProPublica-like news organization here to give the public more watchdog journalism?
Summary: BEIRUT: The Beirut-based news organization, the Middle East Reporter (MER), announced Tuesday it has plans to go fully online.
The family-owned Spokesman-Review in Spokane was a winner in the News Organization category.