Meaning of newsgathering in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnjuːzˌɡað(ə)rɪŋ/

Translate newsgathering into Spanish


mass noun
  • The activity of researching news items for broadcast or publication.

    ‘Our initial research indicates one needs to take into account similar kinds of factors in assessing how a newspaper is stocked for news-gathering.’
    • ‘The thin resources the media now dedicate to news-gathering means reporters can no longer spend the time required to look back and compare government actions with the plans summits produce.’
    • ‘While news-gathering is inevitably staff-intensive and skill-intensive, improvements from working smarter or more efficiently are entirely possible.’
    • ‘Now to another tale of news-gathering, but where the issue of accreditation never really arises.’
    • ‘This would free journalists to do the job of informing citizens, and allow stations to compete on the basis of quality news-gathering as opposed to sensationalism.’
    • ‘Now digital machines are all the go and this traditional form of news-gathering is under threat.’
    • ‘Since freeing myself from office bondage, I've been more relaxed in my news-gathering.’
    • ‘As so often happens in news-gathering, we were shut down by a frightened wimp.’
    • ‘But if you think they aren't possibilities, you haven't looked lately at the way computers are changing the news-gathering process.’
    • ‘CNN is one of the world's largest news-gathering organisations with almost 4000 staff across the globe.’