Journalist (noun)

A person who writes for newspapers or magazines or prepares news to be broadcast on television or radio.

Origin:

Mid 19th century: from french journaliste, from journal (see journal).

Examples:

  1. The journalist was covering the story of the political scandal.
  2. Many journalists have been killed while reporting from war zones.
  3. She is a well-known journalist who writes for the New York Times.
  4. The journalist's investigation led to the exposure of corruption in the government.
  5. The journalist asked the president some difficult questions during the press conference.
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