2. Noun. (broadcasting) A news show presenting feature-length stories on current events, rather than immediate reports ¹
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Definition of Newsmagazine
1. [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Newsmagazine
Literary usage of Newsmagazine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Mobility of the Highly Skilled by Oecd (2002)
"Specialists in humanities/international services and engineering, newly entering by type of business Source: Immigration newsmagazine, August 1999 (in ..."
2. Copyright Licensing Regimes Covering Retransmissioon of Broadcast Signals edited by Howard Coble (2001)
"He is also a 1986 graduate of Pittsburgh's Duquesne University School of Law, where he was editor of the Law School newsmagazine, JURIS, a member of the ..."
3. Into the Quagmire: Human Rights and U.S. Policy in Peru by Americas Watch Committee (U.S.), Americas Watch Committee (U.S. (1991)
"The prestigious newsmagazine Caretas, in an article about the murder of the three young men by police, commented drily that it would be healthy indeed "if ..."
4. Germany: A Country Study edited by Eric Solsten (1999)
"In 1993 competition for market share held by Der Spiegel emerged with the publication of Focus, a newsmagazine fashioned after Time and Newsweek, ..."