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reportage

[ ri-pawr-tij, -pohr-, rep-awr-tahzh, -er- ]
/ rɪˈpɔr tɪdʒ, -ˈpoʊr-, ˌrɛp ɔrˈtɑʒ, -ər- /
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noun
the act or technique of reporting news.
reported news collectively: reportage on the war.
a written account of an act, event, history, etc., based on direct observation or on thorough research and documentation.
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Origin of reportage

From French, dating back to 1605–15; see origin at report, -age
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British Dictionary definitions for reportage

reportage
/ (rɪˈpɔːtɪdʒ, ˌrəpɔːˈtɑːʒ) /

noun
the act or process of reporting news or other events of general interest
a journalist's style of reporting
a technique of documentary film or photo journalism that tells a story entirely through pictures
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