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  1. A News, originally known simply as "news," was the first widely distributed program for serving and reading Usenet newsgroups. The program, written at Duke University by Steve Daniel and Tom Truscott, was released on a tape given out at the June 1980 USENIX conference held at the University of Delaware. Steve Daniel from Duke offered a presentation on the then-new Usenet network and invited attendees to join.
  2. A News is the name of local newscasts on the A television system in Canada. A News programming was produced in markets which were not directly served by a local CTV News service.
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    • country: Canada
    • genre: News

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Google previewAmerican Buddhism (1999)

Methods and Findings in Recent Scholarship by Duncan Ryƫken Williams, Christopher S. Queen

The first type is called a news group. A news group is ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Journalism (2014)

by Tony Harcup

name and shame A news organization's *campaign to identify and expose people it deems to be miscreants (see folk devils). One of the most high-profile name-and-shame initiatives was ...

Google previewDifferentiation Dictionary: A Glossary of 90 Key Terms

Create a brochure Past free and 0 Create a news story HOW Ou have Chan ed m life 4 Current Student enslaved African- 0 Give a telephone dialogue 85106 the Civil will, y Americans 0 Write a poem . - - Q Give an undercover 5 Virginia ...

Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Communications & Office Automation - Communications & Office Automation (2009)

Op-Ed article Article that contains the gist of a reporter's interview with a well- known personality or a witness to a news event. column The vertical sections of a page; they are separated by white space or a rule. advertisement Message paid for ...

Google previewKansas Biographical Dictionary (2000)

by Jan Onofrio

Critics felt that even though the novel had merit in its approach to life in the Navy and the issues of war and peace, the charactors were shallow, and it was more like reading a news account than a novel. "The deeper, more subtle aspects of ...

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For most folks, no news is good news; for the press, good news is not news. (Gloria Borger)
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