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Intermediate Vocabulary for the week 2
news on television or radio
written news in newspapers, magazines, etc.
news on the internet
a new expression describing the kind of journalism based on images, audio and reports sent in to news groups by ordinary members of the public who witnessed events
media groups which are not controlled by the government
newspapers (traditionally larger in size) which generally contain serious reports and analyses of news
newspapers (usually smaller than broadsheets) which contain lighter stories and focus more on entertainment and gossip
24 hour news
stations which provide news all day and night
to cover a story-
to report on an event or development
in-depth coverage of-
a thorough analysis of
to check that something is correct
descriptions of what happened by people who actually saw an event take place
news which is just coming in
information above is taken from the
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