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Definition of news desk in English:

noun

The department of a broadcasting organization or newspaper responsible for collecting and reporting the news: she got through to the news desk
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  • In addition, the graphics editor must be in constant communication with metro editors, reporters, the news desk, and the copy desk.
  • He spent hours working with the copy desk and the news desk to ensure that the headlines were eye-catching and that the play was appropriate.
  • The design director, a masthead editor or the news desk should be consulted on doubtful cases or proposals for exceptions.

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