Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Journalism.

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  • verb Present participle of newspaper.

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  • noun journalism practiced for the newspapers

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I have long argued, without much company, that one of the greatest wastes of newspapering is editing for prize committees.

    New News: Deconstructing the newspaper « BuzzMachine

  • According to Al Neuharth, who knew a thing or two on the subject, the first rule of newspapering is “tits above the fold.”

    The real news algorithm « BuzzMachine

  • The Washington Post and its site are among the best in newspapering, yet we see this kind of trivial and destructive sniping between the two even there even as newspapering struggles to survive.

    The last presses « BuzzMachine

  • The Washington Post and its site are among the best in newspapering, yet we see this kind of trivial and destructive sniping between the two even there even as newspapering struggles to survive.

    Splitting newsrooms and hairs « BuzzMachine

  • My greatest joy in newspapering came from the quarter of a century that I worked at the Times with the most talented staff in the business.

    My Times

  • My greatest joy in newspapering came from the quarter of a century that I worked at the Times with the most talented staff in the business.

    My Times

  • My greatest joy in newspapering came from the quarter of a century that I worked at the Times with the most talented staff in the business.

    My Times

  • In Billings, the corporate-owned weekly lasted just a few issues; weekly newspapering is not for the faint of heart, or for those who demand high profit margins.

    Billings Blog

  • In Billings, the corporate-owned weekly lasted just a few issues; weekly newspapering is not for the faint of heart, or for those who demand high profit margins.

    Archive 2003-09-01

  • Let's face it, newspapering is a fiercely competitive game.

    An Address by Raymond Daniell and Tania Long

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