or news room
[nooz-room, -roo m, nyooz-]
- a room in the offices of a newspaper, news service, or broadcasting organization in which the news is processed.
Origin of newsroom
First recorded in 1810–20
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Examples from the Web for newsroom
The Newsroom aired its final episode on Sunday, already an eternity ago in news-cycle terms.
The Newsroom is over, newsrooms as we traditionally understand them are rapidly declining, and New Media is here to stay.
That this kind of episode was The Newsroom finale was…confusing.
Such has been the much talked about run of The Newsroom, which ended Sunday night after three seasons.
There were people who were never going to like The Newsroom.
The newsroom posted this cartoon each Sunday and It was the highlight of the day.The Biography of a Rabbit
The girls ran through the newsroom to the hall, and down the stairway.
At the end of the newsroom, where the exit should have been, rose a towering barrier of flames.
They walked through the newsroom, down the stairway to the street.Clue of the Silken Ladder
Mildred A. Wirt
By the time she had climbed the stairs to the newsroom, she was almost breathless.Signal in the Dark
Mildred A. Wirt
- a room in a newspaper office or television or radio station, where news is received and prepared for publication or broadcasting
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