journalist

journalist
noun
ADJECTIVE
brilliant, good
experienced, veteran
leading, prominent, respected, top, well-known
award-winning, prizewinning
professional
mainstream
freelance
independent
investigative
embedded

Embedded journalists travel and live with the forces, and are more or less under their control.

foreign, western
magazine, newspaper, print, tabloid
broadcast, radio, television
business, environmental, financial, political, sports, etc.
VERB + JOURNALIST
speak to, talk to, tell

She was warned against speaking to journalists about the affair.

JOURNALIST + VERB
investigate sth
interview sb
write (sth)

a journalist writing for a current affairs publication

cover sth, report sth, report on sth
specialize in sth

a journalist specializing in legal issues

PREPOSITION
journalist on, journalist with

an investigative journalist with a French newspaper


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