In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Now many of the newspaper's young writers are hankering after careers in journalism.
- It is designed to recognise the achievements of the men and women who have shaped modern newspaper journalism.
- As a schoolboy in Purley he dreamt of a career in journalism as a tribute to his hero Ernest Hemingway.
- The author had a long career in journalism and his final post was that of executive editor of the European.
- Like most of the rest of them, Mr. Rothwell is a disgrace to the profession of journalism.
- Simon began his career in journalism at the Fleet Street News Agency in London in 1981.
- This kind of racism pervades newspaper and broadcast journalism in EU countries.
- The transition from print journalism to television can often be a very difficult one.
- The defendant newspaper commends reliance upon the ethics of professional journalism.
- He qualified as a lawyer but was looking forward to a career in journalism in the family business.
- He chose journalism as a career because he wanted to travel and wanted someone else to pay for it.
- The answer is that it is in the nature of national newspaper journalism that it is well-paid and based in London.
- I took it as a sign that he was ready to retire from his career in journalism.
- It is time our student funded newspaper practised true journalism and not propaganda.
- Why not give broadcast journalism a whirl and have your voice perk up ears all over the city?
- I had my eyes on politics which I planned to enter after a brief career in journalism.
- After working in the Ministry of Justice, he turned to writing and journalism.
- Many trainees work on student newspapers or hospital radio before embarking on a career in journalism.
- We inhabit an expanding universe of news and journalism, flowing faster and more freely than ever before.
- I returned to general practice two years ago after a career in medical journalism.
2(writing)the article was a fine piece of journalism — el artículo era periodismo de primera clase
- a paper noted for the high standard of its journalism — un diario de reconocida calidad periodística
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