from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A magazine, usually published weekly, containing reports and analyses of current events.
- n. A television program that presents a variety of topics, usually on current events, often by using interviews and commentary.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A magazine that specializes in delivering news
- n. A news show presenting feature-length stories on current events, rather than immediate reports
In addition, a journalist for a national newsmagazine is striving to verify the lethal story that, two years ago, while still married, Kerry had a secret love affair with Lara Costello, a reporter assigned to him on Capitol Hill.
The closing of the newsmagazine was announced after the nation's leading opposition newspaper, Novaya Gazeta, lost a key court case on Friday.
Because celebrities refuse to cross the Writers Guild of America's picket lines, a "newsmagazine" version of the original ceremony aired.
Had your article been written about an Arab conspiracy to infect the land with Shariah Law - as has been attempted - your "newsmagazine" would have been met with the full clout of the law as being classified "hate" literature.
"newsmagazine" parodies but most of all how I was blown away by your astonishing quickness of wit, most evident in the unscripted interviews.
Their talk, broadcast Monday on the "Rock Center" newsmagazine, was part of a remarkable evening of news interviews on broadcast TV.
As the wheezing, purblind, quasi-survivor of the palsied medium of the weekly newsmagazine, Time's deathbed achievement was outlasting Newsweek, its ancient foe, which opted for accidental suicide by dispensing with news altogether and imagining that commercially adequate numbers of people would pay for a glossy magazine composed of the boring opinions of undistinguished commentators.
Current has persevered nonetheless and been honored for the investigative newsmagazine "Vanguard," now beginning its fifth season.
That lack of visibility may have hurt Brian Williams' new "Rock Center" newsmagazine, which premiered last week before 4.1 million viewers, or less than a third of what "60 Minutes" gets for a typical telecast.
In the weeks after the bill's introduction, Kalende agreed to be interviewed about her sexuality in a cover story for a national newsmagazine called The Daily Monitor.
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