Definition of newsmagazine in English:

newsmagazine

Syllabification: news·mag·a·zine
Pronunciation: /ˈn(y)o͞ozˌmagəˌzēn
 
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noun

1A periodical, usually published weekly, that reports and comments on current events.
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  • The only real surprise, I thought, was the small number of photos of any kind published by the weekly newsmagazines, which are much more dependent on graphic content than newspapers.
  • Later that year, Kumar published an account of his journeys in the newsmagazine Illustrated Weekly of India.
  • Through its 100,000-circulation Washington Times, Insight, a weekly newsmagazine, and a host of organizations that it funds, the church has become a major player in conservative politics.
1.1A regularly scheduled television news program consisting of short segments on a variety of subjects and featuring a varied format combining interviews, commentary, and entertainment.
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  • On the other hand, that kind of money is certainly within the budgets of the major newsmagazine programs on television.
  • Aliens are a common theme both as a dramatic effect in a storyline and as the subject matter of serious newsmagazine programs about scientific exploration and pseudoscience.
  • But I will say this, that I think the television newsmagazines and the regular magazines, they've gotten a lot bolder lately in terms of putting out personal information about celebrities that you would have never seen 10 years ago.

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