What is another word for news media?

Pronunciation: [njˈuːz mˈiːdiːə] (IPA)

News media is a term used to refer to all the platforms, agencies, and entities that disseminate news and information to the public. Other synonyms for news media include mass media, press, journalism, news industry, and communication industry. The mass media term covers all the channels of communication including newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and online news outlets. Journalism refers to the process of researching, gathering, verifying, and reporting news while the news industry refers to businesses that create, produce, and distribute news content. The communication industry includes television, broadcasting, and print media platforms that relay information to consumers. Synonyms for news media play a significant role in facilitating access to information through different channels.

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What are the hypernyms for News media?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with News media

  • Tell us exactly - certainly our listeners - why does it appear that some folks, certainly in the Democratic Party and in the news media - seem to be afraid of you?
    Tony Brown
  • I know the pundits and the news media have carried a lot of commentary about cameras in the courtroom, and there's a lot of controversy about it as a result of the Simpson case. But I have not had enough time to step back and enough time to evaluate that.
    Lance Ito
  • The discoloration is very minimal. I have not turned blue. The extent of skin discoloration is not even remotely near what the news media are saying. It is barely noticeable.
    Stan Jones
  • The news media's silence, particularly television news, is reprehensible. If we knew as much about Darfur as we do about Michael Jackson, we might be able to stop these things from continuing.
    Nicholas D. Kristof
  • The news media are, for the most part, the bringers of bad news... and it's not entirely the media's fault, bad news gets higher ratings and sells more papers than good news.
    Peter McWilliams

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