Example sentences for: journalist

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

  • A Russian journalist warns that her country's economic collapse may destroy its free press.

  • and chiefly U.S.,” but Australia had taken it up by 1968, and there was no more appropriate word at hand in 1982 when a journalist for England's Listener wrote, “Perhaps we have all been corrupted by the telethons of Vietnam television reporting.”

  • Indeed, Steele seems to have followed Strout's Law, which summarizes the advice of legendary journalist Richard Strout to "sell every story three times."

  • It's not oral history; the author is there on every page, as enticed by vanity as any journalist is--maybe more so, because his is the kind of journalism that aspires most nakedly to the status of literature.

  • But the Margulies character is a "composite of at least six women [that Andy dated]," says journalist Bill Zehme, author of Lost in the Funhouse: The Life and Mind of Andy Kaufman . In the film, the two meet when he wrestles her on Merv Griffin --they actually met during a film shoot.


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