Definition of journo in English:

journo

Syllabification: jour·no
Pronunciation: /ˈjərnō
 
/

noun (plural journos)

informal
A journalist.
More example sentences
  • Bruce is also a tennis journo with The Herald-Sun newspaper in Melbourne.
  • We had a newsroom of 8 journos, three camos and two full time editors.
  • Thanks for keeping a cool journo's head and reporting on these catastrophic events.

Origin

1960s (originally an Australian usage): abbreviation.

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