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ˌdʒɜr nlˈɪs tɪkjour·nal·is·tic

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. journalisticadjective

    of or relating to or having the characteristics of journalism

    "journalistic writing"


  1. journalisticadjective

    related to journalism or journalists

  2. Etymology: – also parsed directly as, also used in sense of related journalism (having to do with journalism).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Journalisticadjective

    pertaining to journals or to journalists; contained in, or characteristic of, the public journals; as journalistic literature or enterprise

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of journalistic in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of journalistic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of journalistic in a Sentence

  1. George Freeman:

    Being a movie star wouldn't disqualify him from the journalistic privilege.

  2. John Demers:

    We have to have an evidentiary basis to say, when you act, would-be-reporter, you're actually acting at the direction of your government and you don't have an independent journalistic ethos that we think of when we look at a reporter, in fact, not labeling you as a foreign agent is misleading because you're presenting yourself to the American people as somebody who's independent and thinking your own thoughts but you're not, you're getting your thoughts from a foreign government.

  3. Brian Stelter:

    I think this may be a situation where it was death by a thousand cuts, where there were just so many headaches time and time again involving Chris Cuomo that even though many viewers loved ‘Cuomo Prime Time,’ looked forward to his show, he was causing so many headaches for the network and for CNN staffers that ultimately this decision was reached, i do think, you know, this is a moment where journalistic ethics are at play. I know there were many CNN staffers very unhappy with the situation, very frustrated by Chris Cuomo. At the same time, Jim, I was hearing from some fans of Chris, some viewers who said we understood he was looking out for his family.

  4. Kelly McBride:

    I have heard and seen surveys that suggest when some news consumers see the word ‘anonymous’ attached to information, they are assuming that the journalist doesn’t actually know who provided the information – which is not true at all, i think that journalists could do a lot more to educate the public about how they handle leaked information so that the public might have a little more faith in the journalistic process.

  5. Nik Richie:

    From a media perspective, websites in the journalistic field like Gawker, even my site thedirty.com will stay away from public displays of received content of future celebrities, the legal risks are too high because judges and juries have human emotions. If they don't like what you display, you will lose regardless of the law.

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