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  • n. Alternative form of video journalist.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Very nice piece of work by a videojournalist and blogger--note Norwegians in combat and US Marines with US Army and Italians in the west h/t to GAP at

    'The Coalition “Spring Offensive” Across Afghanistan'

  • And with just over a month to go before Fox steps down on Dec. 1, a long-simmering political crisis in the state capital of Oaxaca boiled over on Friday when plainclothes policemen opened fire on left-wing protesters, killing an American freelance videojournalist and two others.


  • Tech Tags: freeideas freeideas:chrisheuer digitalanthropologists podtech npr podshow vj videojournalist knowledgeeconomy getv search darkmatter brainjams posted by Chris Heuer @ 3/15/2006 06:45:00 PM

    Archive 2006-03-12

  • "Well, the poor lass -as gone to seed since you run off to pursue your dubious career as a muckrakin" videojournalist, guy.

    Galaxy Jane

  • Sue Manning and videojournalist John Mone contributed to this report. Chronicle

  • A videojournalist for the Egyptian newspaper Al-Masry al-Youm, Ahmed Abdel-Fatah, was also hit in the eye by a rubber bullet and was undergoing surgery. Top headlines

  • APTN videojournalist Philipp-Moritz Jenne in Vienna contributed to this report

    The Seattle Times

  • Associated Press Television News videojournalist Rich Matthews said he and his crew were filming an arrest in the city's French Quarter several weeks after Katrina when an officer shoved him against a car and ordered him to stop taping.

    Fore, right!

  • In an interview with IJNet, Utz shares what it's like to be a freelance videojournalist, the importance of learning multimedia skills and the expanding media market for multimedia stories and videos.


  • AP videojournalist Ted Shaffrey in New York contributed to this report. rss feed


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