Spelling list: Communications, news

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channel The rain water was passed through an underground channel.
columnist
correspondent
editor An editor is a person who proof reads and checks writing for length and accuracy. *
interviewee
interviewer
journalist The journalist wrote an article for the newspaper. *
newspaper That newspaper article is libellous.
newsreader
photographer I hope the photographers will respect their privacy.
radio The radio began to transmit the message. *
reporter The reporter said it was an amazing game. *
station Catch the train at the station.
television Microwaves are also used in satellite television. *
interview He thought about the interview with apprehension.
report Your report was clear and succinct.

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