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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 Ryūken Williams, Christopher S. Queen

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

Google previewThe Advertising Age Encyclopedia of Advertising (2015)

by John McDonough, Karen Egolf

Mitsunaga, a news reporter, established the company that would become Dentsu in 1901 in Tokyo, Japan. From the inception of the new company, Mitsunaga aspired to turn it into a modern news agency. At the time, Japanese news service ...

Google previewDictionary of Information Technology (2007)

by Ramesh Bangia

a news feed dumps as much as 100 MB of Usenet articles per day into your system - far more than one person could fruitfully read. A news feed is for organization which want to set up a UseNet site, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Media and Communication (2013)

by Marcel Danesi

A news site is a website with the primary purpose of reporting news. It may be general or subject-specific — a general news site reports all or most of the news irn sections as one would ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Sports Management and Marketing (2011)

by Linda E. Swayne, Mark Dodds

A news or press conference can be such an event. News or press conferences allow an organization to set an agenda and to control the flow of information to the media who, subsequently, disseminate that information to the public. This form ...

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 ...

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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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