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newsclip

(ˈnjuːzklɪp)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) journalism US a brief extract from broadcast or published news
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The award, given annually by the British Wool Marketing Board (BWMB), is chosen by popular vote through the BWMB's shearing publication Newsclip, which provides readers with nomination forms.
Students were instructed to read a news article and view the accompanying video newsclip (Wong, 2011), which showed what it was like for elders who survived the tsunami.
He was a composer at the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and the Framingham News, and he was later General Manager of the New England Newsclip Agency in Framingham.
You can watch a video newsclip of the drama on the ECHO's website www.
If, for example, what we are watching is a newsclip, the pre-prepared, prerecorded information enters into our understanding of our world; it stands in for our experience such that, over time, our "experience" of the world is at least second-hand, filtered and distorted by each technological medium that separates us from the event.
Moreover, all such notebook compilations and newsclip entries were to be destroyed along with other designated private papers upon his death.
Newsclip, Boston Daily Advertiser, 13 March 1909, Boston Symphony Orchestra scrapbooks, MF Press, reel 13, Boston Symphony Orchestra (hereafter BSO).
One newsclip from the July 1936 Mayfair elaborates on the fashionable attire worn by the well-heeled during Iris' honeymoon journey to Europe on the Queen Mary:
For Boeing Company, this consists of "a comprehensive morning newsclip sheet" delivered to more than 150,000 employees worldwide.
Electronic versions of most major newspapers (financial and mainstream) are on the Net, and you can either newsclip from there or select any number of fee based subscription services that will gather data tailored to your needs on any subject or business.
He recalled seeing a recent NBC newsclip of the release of captive Donald Sutherland, in which Sutherland's daughter was interviewed as she finally learned her father had been released.
She had been employed at the Jordan Marsh Company in Framingham and for 24 years at the New England Newsclip in Framingham.