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The project’s costs are estimated to have ballooned by $3 billion, or 45 percent, according to news media reports.

This world-leading mandatory code is bringing the parties to the table and is helping to pave a way forward where news media businesses are getting paid for generating original journalistic content.

Leah Askew, svp, client results at Dentsu Programmatic, said news media is one area where private marketplace deals can be valuable for advertisers.

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The “results” you typically hear on that night are actually news media predictions with zero legal weight.

The video includes many photos taken of the colorfully dressed race participants and spectators taken from news media coverage of the event, including photos from the Washington Blade.

But also just as the news media plays to or even inflames such fears to drive ratings, Republicans stoke fear to drive votes.

“The news media is—now more than ever before—the court of last resort,” continues Sussman.

The news media has conflated all of her alleged social media engagement into one fraught phrase: “mommy blogging.”

Increasingly AIDS was becoming an epidemic for black Americans, but Hollywood and news media alike turned a blind eye.

We were no longer solely members of the news media, many of us were also survivors.

Did they say anything about your talking or not talking to any other news media representatives until they had talked with you?

Did you have any knowledge of the situation in the county jail with reference to the news media?

This was near dawn, when military announcements of the reoccupation of Boulder Lake were being passed out to the news media.

And who was present at that press conference by way of identifying, if you can, the members of the news media?

Of course, that refers to you and will you give me your answer to that question, as the news media has posed it?

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to news media, such as: broadcast journalism, electronic journalism, journalism, journalists, press, and press corps.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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