Definitions

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

  • noun A wire service that transmits up-to-the-minute news, usually electronically, to the media and often the public.

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  • noun A service used for the transmission of breaking news to the media or to the public

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Examples

  • Law. com Legal newswire is a legal newswire formatted to be read on palms and other handheld devices.pdaJD. com is a legal portal for attorneys.

    PDA resources for law librarians

  • Law. com Legal newswire is a legal newswire formatted to be read on palms and other handheld devices.pdaJD. com is a legal portal for attorneys.

    Archive 2002-03-01

  • The only current Venezuela-related post on the NaziMedia open newswire is this Spanish-language article, which appears to call for "Solidarity" - with the Chavez government.

    Daimnation!: The NaziMidiots pride themselves on

  • Now he's launched insitelaw which comprises a newswire, which is full of links to law reports, blogs and all kinds of legal news and which will carry his podcasts, and a blog.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The information company will announce Tuesday the launch of Reuters America, a news service that will produce more coverage of events within the United States, expanding the Reuters newswire, which is known for its broad national and international coverage.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The newswire is a democratic forum designed to make available important stories, news, and opinions with local relevance.

    Baltimore IMC

  • The newswire is a democratic forum designed to make available important stories, news, and opinions with local relevance.

    Baltimore IMC

  • The newswire is a democratic forum designed to make available important stories, news, and opinions with local relevance.

    Baltimore IMC

  • Not only do we have the omission that this about Hudson Bay polar bears only, but we've also lost the "could soon be" from the Liberal Conspiracy "newswire" post - it's exactly the sort of sloppy mis-representative churnalism they quite rightly complain about so much.

    Dizzy Thinks

  • By default, only articles rated higher than -6 are displayed in the right-hand column, and on the "newswire" home page.

    Rochester IMC

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