He said he had been commanded to grab every journalist showing up at the morgue.
A journalist doing a favor for someone in returning for a favor back is pretty much everyday practice.
One journalist allegedly received more than £150,000 in cash to pay sources, including public officials, Akers said.
The can best be understood, notes veteran Japan-based journalist Karel van Wolferen, as a series of “intertwined hierarchies.”
But it has its roots in my own experiences—as a journalist and a train commuter.
The journalist heard names being exchanged—the first speaker was introducing a friend.
The journalist is both a news gatherer and a molder of thought.
After all, it was my own fault, for I should have known by this time that a journalist has no right to make plans of his own.
The journalist occupies the position of a watchman upon a tower.
He has made a name for himself as a journalist, and his articles are the chief glory of a leading weekly paper.