Definition of Reportage. Meaning of Reportage. Synonyms of Reportage

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Definition of Reportage

Reportage
Reportage Re*port"age (-[asl]j), n. SAme as Report. [Obs.]

Meaning of Reportage from wikipedia

- Journalism is the production and distribution of reports on recent events. The word journalism applies to the occupation, as well as citizen journalists...
- Reportage sometimes refers to the total media coverage of a particular topic or event, including news reporting and analysis. Reportage may also refer...
- Neutral reportage is a common law defense against libel and defamation lawsuits usually involving the media republishing unproven accusations about public...
- Reportage is the working title of an unfinished album that English new wave band Duran Duran wrote and recorded as the intended follow-up to their 2004...
- the press and broadcasting were allowed unprecedented candour in their reportage and criticism; and the country's legacy of Stalinist totalitarian rule...
- Reportage 57 is an East German film, released in 1959. It was directed by János Veiczi and stars Annekathrin Bürger, Willi Schrade and Gerhard Bienert...
- Emanuelle in Bangkok (Italian: Emanuelle nera - Orient Reportage, also known as Black Emanuelle 2 and Black Emanuelle Goes East) is an Italian ****ploitation...
- The United States detonated two nuclear weapons over the ****anese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945, respectively, with the consent...
- graduate degree. As the capital of India, Delhi is the focus of political reportage, including regular television broadcasts of Parliament sessions. Many...
- researchers, law enforcement, and policymakers. In August 2017, according to reportage, cybersecurity firms which specialize in monitoring and researching the...
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