newshound


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news·hound

 (no͞oz′hound′, nyo͞oz′-)
n.
An aggressive or energetic journalist.
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Translations

newshound

[ˈnjuːzhaʊnd] Nreportero/a m/f
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

newshound

[ˈnjuːzˌhaʊnd] n (esp Am) (fam) → reporter m/f inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Covering the basics of media arts values and practice, "A NewsHound's Guide to Student Journalism" by the team of by Katina Paron (who is a Brooklyn-based journalism educator, has created byline opportunities for teens worldwide for more than 25 years, and directs the NYC High School Journalism Collaborative at Baruch College) and Javier Guelfi (who is an Argentine-born and -based cartoonist, illustrator, and graphic designer and has worked for such companies and NGOs as BuzzFeed, Univision, Unicef, The Women's Building, and many local and international media outlets) is graphic textbook that offers cub reporters a primer on the drama, adventure and ethical conundrums that make journalism rewarding and fun.
The event, at St James's Parish Hall, was opened by playgroup founder Mrs Audrey Morton, and special appearances were made by the Examiner Newshound and Mr Wimpy, who both gave out badges and played with the children.
With dogged determination Kristian, the office newshound, uncovered them ...
Following an initial warning from banks and a report from cybersecurity newshound Brian Krebs who alerted Home Depot and its customers that a breach may have occurred, the home improvement giant confirmed that the breach had happened on Sept.
CHANNEL 4 newshound Gary Gibbon will pursue the referendum story to the ends of the Earth.
"Hi Howard My friend owns newshound so I think they may have made this up about me as a joke haha," she Tweeted on 21 March.
Ying wasted no time in grabbing a microphone and doing her job, following her newshound instincts.
AOP acting chief executive, Richard Carswell, said: "I have known David for over 15 years, from his first days as a newshound on Optician.
The veteran newshound mocks Becky but eventually puts pride to one side and settles into the presenter's chair.
I also spoke to Tim Kash, who's come a long way from his days as the newshound at MTV in the UK.
Cub reporter Steve Johnson, played by relative newcomer Keir Howard, is the young foil to Broughton's elder newshound. Howard manages to switch effortlessly from eager newbie to hesitant nay-sayer.