- n. A person involved in newsgathering.
- news + gatherer (Wiktionary)
“How should the newsgatherer ping the reader that there are additions to the form?”
“How often do you think the reader would be prepared to update the form and how ofter do you think the newsgatherer would want to prompt you with an updated form (because it thinks that something newsworthy has occurred)?”
“Drudge is not a reporter, a journalist or a newsgatherer.”
“Mr. Bethuel Sparrow, local newsgatherer for the Ostable Enterprise, seated before his desk in the editorial sanctum, was writing an obituary for next week's paper, under the following head:”
“A newsgatherer passing through Portsmouth square noticed a mother cowering under a bush.”
“At the mention of that indomitable, remorseless, undeceivable newsgatherer, Mayfair, and the possibility of his gaining entrance into the house, Mrs. De Peyster experienced a new shudder.”
“Straight way the newsgatherer communicated it to a newspaper in Washington, and it appeared under an editorial notice.”
“Personal opinions of the newsgatherer and disseminator are irrelevant --”
“Among those aboard for the initial deployment to report on the mission are seattlepi. com photographer Joshua Trujillo and newsgatherer Levi Pulkkinen.”
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