This shows the grade level based on the complexity of the word. a young and rather inexperienced newspaper reporter.
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A young reporter is a young newspaper journalist who is still in training.
noun. cub reporter (plural cub reporters) (dated) A young, inexperienced reporter employed by a newspaper or magazine.
Beat reporters collect information from everyone they meet while reporting. They routinely call, visit, and email sources for new information on articles. When reporters have experience with a particular beat, they can gather both knowledge and sources to lead them to new stories related to that beat.
enjoying something so much you can’t stop having it, looking at it, doing it, etc.: I was hooked after two episodes. [ after the verb ] informal. unable to take a drug: being addicted to cocaine.
Anchor – Newscasters are responsible for presenting stories on camera, usually from a studio, although the work can also take place on location. For more information on the different careers in this field, visit our broadcast journalism jobs page.
You make things possible. Selling stories — where publicists call a long list of journalists to tell them a story or a product launch on behalf of clients — is no easy task, but there’s a secret formula: grab a coffee , keep it short and keep it sharp.
Super (Show) A type of graphic, e.g. B. a person’s name and title, in the lower third of the screen or a “bug” in the corner. shoulder wrench. A super over the shoulder, usually displaying a logo or shot of something related to the story. B-roll.