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circulation the movement or passage of something, such as money or news, from person to person or place to place. [1/3 definitions]
commentator a person who comments on something. Commentators often appear on radio or television shows to give opinions or explanations of news and events.
correspondent a person who reports news or contributes articles regularly to a newspaper, magazine, TV network, or the like, from a distant area. [1/2 definitions]
digest a collection of stories, news articles, or other written works. The items in a digest are often shortened so that more of them can fit in one book or magazine. [1/3 definitions]
dispatch a message sent with speed, such as a news bulletin. [1/2 definitions]
headline the title to a newspaper article that tells what the article is about. The headline for the most important news is in the largest type on the front page of the paper. [1/2 definitions]
item a particular bit of information or news. [1/2 definitions]
journalism the work of collecting news and information and giving it out to the public through newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or other media.
lead1 a short introduction that begins a news story. [1/13 definitions]
newscast a program on television or radio that presents the news.
newspaper a publication made of several large sheets of folded paper printed with news, opinions, advertisements, and other information. Most newspapers come out either every day or once a week.
notice warning, news, or sign of something, especially in written or printed form. [1/3 definitions]
reporter a person whose job is to gather and report news for a newspaper or magazine, or for a television station or radio station.
tidings (sometimes used with a singular verb) news or information.
word a message; news. [1/6 definitions]