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  • noun Plural form of nonjournalist.

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Examples

  • About 70 people blog for the news site, in addition to its approximately 60 paid staffers, says Edward Vielmetti, blogging leader for the community team, which means he oversees the nonjournalists who blog for AnnArbor.com.

    Community voices in Ann Arbor: a glimpse of local journalism’s future? » Nieman Journalism Lab

  • But the idea that it is outrageous for a journalist to endure an ordinary inconvenience is offensive to nonjournalists and embarrassing to any sensible journalist.

    Haughty Hamas Honcho Plays Pundit

  • And because they don't have to worry about maintaining sources in the prosecutor's office, nonjournalists are more willing to view Kenneth Starr's investigation as a form of sexual McCarthyism.

    Clinton's Houdini Act

  • Why couldn't [editor Bob] Tyrrell see that the project -- which involved nonjournalists and a private detective funded by a third party -- was an extraordinarily dangerous proposition for any journalistic enterprise?

    Life in the Vast Lane

  • Many nonjournalists don't understand all the fuss.

    The Dog That Barked

  • I'm anxious to see her do news interviews with nonjournalists, but she did well enough talking to NBC's Tim Russert about Iraq's effect on the upcoming elections, even if he seemed to be working too hard to build her up.

    You Can Take the Woman Out of “The View”… - Tuned In - TIME.com

  • It was a confidentially sourced series written by nonjournalists me, and the Liberal Avenger reporting facts.

    What do her tits have to do with anything?

  • Both novels are first-rate insider observers of journalism, allowing nonjournalists to learn about the craft through their stories.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Both novels are first-rate insider observers of journalism, allowing nonjournalists to learn about the craft through their stories.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Counting nonjournalists, plans call for Bloomberg Government to expand to 300, which would make the company's Washington office the largest for a news organization not based in the capital.

    NYT > Home Page

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