Example sentences for: journalism--and

How can you use “journalism--and” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • First, there is no difference between a portfolio manager who recommends stocks in an interview to a reporter--which is the meat and potatoes of financial journalism--and a portfolio manager who recommends stocks in a column of his own--which is considered controversial--except that the second portfolio manager reveals his holdings while the first one doesn't have to.

  • It is the old-fashioned thinking that is inbred into print journalism--and it doesn't work in the new medium (thank goodness it doesn't).

  • His books read like good journalism--and that's no insult--but they are not great history.

  • The Enquirer also pays for stories and sources--an absolute no-no in mainstream journalism--and relies on gossip that would never make it past a regular newspaper editor.


How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search

Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...
Quantcast