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.


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


  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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