Journalism (noun)

  1. The activity or profession of writing or reporting news in newspapers, magazines, or news websites.
  2. The collection of techniques and methods used to produce news.

Origin:

Late 18th century: from french journalisme, from journal (see journal).

Examples:

  1. He studied journalism in college.
  2. She worked as a journalist for many years.
  3. The newspaper was known for its investigative journalism.
  4. He was interested in the business side of journalism.
  5. The school offered a course in digital journalism.
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