news organization


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Noun1.news 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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It was surprising that the news organization would become a "founding partner" of the arena, paying $3 million per year for the privilege.
Assuming Castro keeps a promise he made about CNN in November, the television network would become the first American news organization formally granted permission to open a permanent bureau in Cuba since 1969, when Havana expelled the last correspondent from The Associated Press.
Would a news organization apply different standards in the case of a government diplomat or a business executive or a tourist than they would one of their own?
Wayne Grant, another attorney for Jewell, said a lawsuit would be filed against the first news organization to identify Jewell as a suspect, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, and NBC for comments made by anchor Tom Brokaw.
Market News First is a news organization that offers real micro-cap news live, on the air, offering real, unbiased coverage.
In fact, only one news organization, The Wall Street Journal, was more trusted than distrusted among all five of Pew's ideological groups, from "consistently liberal" to "consistently conservative.
Rappler, an online news organization, is an accredited member of the MPC.
Story archives separate an established news organization from a new competitor.
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.
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.