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nonjournalistic

Definitions

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  • adj. Not journalistic.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ journalistic

Examples

  • In the June 1976 issue, according to responses from the 1975 class, 44 percent were on small dailies or weeklies and 56 percent were in nonjournalistic jobs.

    Woodstein U: Notes on the Mass Production and Questionable Education of Journalists

  • The left, however, still rules the worlds of broadcast television, newspapers, public radio and wire services (nonjournalistic cultural institutions like Hollywood and higher education are beyond the scope of this discussion).

    Hello . . . Hello . . . Hello . . .

  • They will jettison production and distribution, the nonjournalistic, nonsales departments that add up to 60 percent of a paper's cost structure.

    Jeff Jarvis: A Scenario for the Future of News

  • He has negotiated compromise arrangements with some of them that would be unimaginable with nonjournalistic witnesses: for example, the journalists have not actually appeared before the grand jury but have given depositions instead.

    Leaks and the Law

  • They will jettison production and distribution, the nonjournalistic, nonsales departments that add up to 60 percent of a paper’s cost structure.

    November « 2008 « BuzzMachine

  • Our situation’s different than the two other journalism companies because we’re widely diversified into other nonjournalistic businesses that have supported our stock price.

    What’s The Wall Street Journal Worth?

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