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Communications, news

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A channel is a television or radio station.
A columnist is a journalist who writes a regular column for a newspaper.
A correspondent is journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media.
An editor is the person who determines the final content of the text in a publication.
An interviewee is someone who is being interviewed.
An interviewer is someone who is conducting an interview.
A journalist is a writer for newspapers and magazines.
A newspaper is a daily or weekly publication that contains news articles.
A newsreader is someone who reads out broadcast news bulletin.
A photographer is someone who takes photographs.
A radio is a device on which one can listen to news and entertainment broadcasts.
A reporter is a person who investigates and reports or edits news stories.
A station is a company involved in broadcasting.
A television is a device on which one can watch news and entertainment broadcasts.
An interview is the questioning of a person.
A report is a written document describing the findings of some individual or group.

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