news-gathering

Translations

news-gathering

[ˈnjʊːzgæðərɪŋ] Nrecopilación f de noticias, recolección f de información
References in classic literature ?
In news-gathering, too, much more than in railroading, the day of the telephone has arrived.
Experience in news-gathering, preferably in English news media
Through the CBS agreement, both the organisations will be able to share video, editorial content and additional news-gathering resources in New York, London, Washington and worldwide.
We are in the business of news-gathering and we will continue to do so aggressively,'' ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz said.
Likewise, as the century wore on, there was more talk of imperial organisation in all of which news-gathering and news-distribution played a leading role.
Citytv was also the first station in Canada to rely solely on Electronic News Gathering (ENG) and the first to hit the streets with a live microwave news-gathering vehicle.
Cook said he had -independent, third-party documentation exposing illegal news-gathering practices by the Tribune's reporters.
We've already seen customers across North America and Europe successfully integrate the Mobile Client Application into their news-gathering process," explained Bruce Brewer European sales director at Aspera.
Stephen Rudd, chief executive of Vislink International, said: The Mantis MSAT is the first satellite news-gathering data terminal specifically created for the broadcast market that can not only deliver a live HD feed but is portable and light enough to be transported by one person.
The news-gathering crews, which began sharing resources after Viacom's purchase of KCAL last February, will be trading one historic location for another.
It seems like, in the past five years, there has been a focus by plaintiff attorneys on these news-gathering torts.
For demanding applications such as news-gathering, live broadcast, surveillance, or custom receivers, we have the answer.