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  • n. Plural form of newsman.


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  • In the front rank of Canada's great newsmen is our guest today, Blair Fraser.

    China '67—Fact Or Myth?

  • He died last Sunday, aged 67, bringing the era of big name newsmen to an end.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2005

  • If these people turned off their TV sets and actually researched the issues they would not end up being led around like sheep by right wing entertainers posing as "newsmen" and Republican dirty tricks operatives.

    Fears fuel emotional health care protests

  • It's an intricate process that "newsmen" of talk radio call "pulling it out of your ass."


  • Maybe Senator Kerry can hold hearings and get pro-Pali "newsmen" to testify about how the IDF razed Gaza "in a way reminiscent of Genghis Khan".


  • ACE: "Pretty pathetic that we have to try to bribe" newsmen "to release newsworthy tapes."

    Neocon Express

  • When MSNBC "newsmen" like Matthews admit they have a homoerotic crush on Obama as they get a tingling up the pantslegs while listening to Obama speak and Olbermann has special reports bashing Hillary and goes off on hour long shows insinuating Hillary had something to do about Obama's passport being breached, to change the subject right after the Rev Wright tapes were revealed, and then issues no correction when it turns out it was Obama's own campaign staffer responsible and Hillary's was braeched too.

    Hillary: Bosnia Sniper Flap Not What Voters Want To Be Talking About

  • The three older children—Yolanda, twelve; Martin III, ten; and Dexter, seven—sat in the front room watching television newsmen talk about their father.

    Burial for a King

  • When asked whether the newspaper's plight translates to television, Steve Kroft commented upon the similarities for newsmen on television in competition with cable for many years.

    Regina Weinreich: Page One: Inside the New York Times: The Medium As Message

  • I remember years ago that one of the network newsmen from New York took his mother to visit France.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Wishful Linguistics


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