news-gathering

Translations

news-gathering

[ˈnjʊːzgæðərɪŋ] Nrecopilación f de noticias, recolección f de información
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In news-gathering, too, much more than in railroading, the day of the telephone has arrived.
Electronic news-gathering (ENG) equipment is used to obtain nearly all news shown on television and streamed via the internet, and those systems operate primarily within the 2025-2110 MHz frequency band.
Experience in news-gathering, preferably in English news media
John Hoke is now assistant managing editor and will oversee the primary news-gathering teams.
Under the theme of exploring new trends, the Arab Media Forum (AMF), taking place on May 12-13, will host Professor Matt Waite, the founder of the Drone Journalism Lab, to discuss the possibilities of using drones in media, particularly in news-gathering and production of images and videos.
Forest Service said late Thursday that the rule is not intended to apply to news-gathering activities.
Drones should fly while FAA crafts rules It's an unconstitutional infringement on free speech to stop journalists from flying news-gathering drones while hobbyists fly planes, and the Federal Aviation Administration shouldn't bane drone use while it figures out rules for the aircraft, argues technology writer Sean Lawson, writing in collaboration with attorney Cynthia Love and University of Utah journalism professor Avery Holton.
Those who operated these machines were part of the paper's news-gathering operation.
According to the Japan Times, around 250,000 journalists who work for various Chinese media organizations have been ordered to attend the nationwide training program to learn about such topics as Marxist views on journalism, laws and regulations and norms in news-gathering and editing, in order to get their press accreditation renewed.
taff ded ades He met nearly two dozen reporters and executives from The Sun who had been arrested over allegations illegal news-gathering practices, including paying police officers and other public officials for information.
*Downie supports nonprofit news: Leonard Downie Jr., the longtime executive editor of the Washington Post, called in a report last week for the federal government to remove roadblocks from granting full nonprofit status to news-gathering groups that have been launched around the country.