Example sentences for: journalistic

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

  • In theory, as well, we as journalists have an even stronger self-interest than our corporate employer in establishing Slate 's reputation for journalistic integrity.

  • This leads me to one conclusion: The vast, exciting run-up in the stock market, yanked along by the (here's a journalistic cliché ripe for the executing) "tech-heavy Nasdaq," may not have been irrational exuberance at all; it may just have been investors' reaction to the tech industry's hundred-billion-dollar holdup of the rest of the country to "fix the bug."

  • A few days later, Perkins sent out a letter to Red Eye subscribers, apologizing for the blurring of journalistic and political lines.

  • This is not . It gets at the heart of the subtle, probably subconscious racial prejudice that has turned a legitimately medium-sized scandal into a journalistic blockbuster.

  • Frazier (1911-1974), a Boston newspaper columnist, sometime entertainment editor of Life magazine, and general journalistic critic and gadfly, was enamored of the word, which he first found in a Kenneth Tynan article (1963) in Holiday on Miles Davis:


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