The activity or profession of writing for newspapers, magazines, or news websites or preparing news to be broadcast
a career in journalism
(Frequently with the) a style of journalism that developed in the U.S. during the 1960s, characterized by the use of subjective and fictional elements; also used earlier in a more general sense.
The journalism of a group of reporters from different newspapers, especially of reporters from different newspapers who work in close collaboration with each other, producing uniform or monotonous news coverage of a particular event or story.
Journalism conducted with the aim of promoting greater involvement by the general public in politics and community issues.
The collection, dissemination, and analysis of news and information by the general public, especially by means of the Internet
Journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exaggeration
The practice of paying a large amount of money to acquire the exclusive right to publish a person’s story in a newspaper
The practice of communicating news by photographs, especially in magazines