Definition of Newsroom

1. Noun. The staff of a newspaper or the news department of a periodical. "Every newspaper editor is criticized by the newsroom"

Generic synonyms: Staff



2. Noun. An office in which news is processed by a newspaper or news agency or television or radio station.
Generic synonyms: Business Office, Office

3. Noun. A reading room (in a library or club) where newspapers and other periodicals can be read.
Generic synonyms: Reading Room

Definition of Newsroom

1. n. A room where news is collected and disseminated, or periodicals sold; a reading room supplied with newspapers, magazines, etc.

Definition of Newsroom

1. Noun. The office of a news organisation, especially that part of it where the journalists work and news stories are processed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Newsroom

1. a room where the news is gathered [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Newsroom

newspapers
newspaperwoman
newspaperwomen
newspeak
newspeaks
newspeople
newsperson
newspersons
newsplan
newsprint
newsprints
newsreader
newsreaders
newsreel
newsreels
newsroom (current term)
newsrooms
newsroomwide
newssheet
newsstand
newsstand operator
newsstands
newsstore
newsstores
newsvendor
newsvendors
newsweeklies
newsweekly
newswire
newswires

Literary usage of Newsroom

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Manual of Library Economy by James Duff Brown (1903)
"A newsroom fitted with newspaper stands at right angles to the walls, and covering ... Apart from this a newsroom gains much in appearance, spaciousness and ..."

2. Library Work Cumulated, 1905-1911: A Bibliography and Digest of Library (1912)
"It is Indubitable that hundreds of persons are attracted to the newsroom ... With an extension of the buildings an opportunity came to change the newsroom. ..."

3. Catalogue of printed literature in the Welsh department by John Ballinger, James Ifano Jones (1898)
"1850. w 4 332 Llangollen newsroom and Public Library. Catalogue. Llangollen, W. Williams, [1893.] 48 pp Pías Newydd, and Vale Crucis Abbey, ..."

4. Library Work Cumulated: A Bibliography and Digest of Library Literature by Anna Lorraine Guthrie (1912)
"It Is indubitable that hundreds of persons are attracted to the newsroom ... With an extension of the buildings .an opportunity came to change the newsroom. ..."

5. The Library World (1906)
"One borough—to wit, Sunderland—has gone so far as to dispense with the newsroom, and it is rumoured that before long other authorities may follow suit. ..."

6. How to Extend the Usefulness of Public Libraries: A Plea for Uniformity by John Alfred Charlton Deas (1904)
"It is sometimes claimed that if these men were not in the newsroom, they would be in the Public House. Such is not so. It is more often because they cannot ..."

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