[nooz-let-er, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌlɛt ər, ˈnyuz-/
a written report, issued periodically, typically by a business, institution, or other organization, that presents information and news to people with a specific interest in the organization or subject: our co-op’s monthly newsletter;
an employee newsletter.
a written report and analysis of the , often providing forecasts, typically directed at a special audience, as businesspeople, and distributed to subscribers:
a stock-market newsletter.
Also called news-sheet. a printed periodical bulletin circulated to members of a group
(history) a written or printed account of the news
also news-letter , 1670s, from news (n.) + letter (n.). It fell from use until it was revived 20c.
A periodically published work containing news and announcements on some subject, typically with a small circulation. Newsletters are a common application for DTP and may be distributed by electronic mail.
[nooz-mag-uh-zeen, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌmæg əˌzin, ˈnyuz-/ noun 1. a periodical specializing in reports and commentaries on current events, usually issued weekly. 2. Radio and Television. (def 5a).
[nooz-mey-ker, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌmeɪ kər, ˈnyuz-/ noun 1. a person, thing, or event that is newsworthy: a weekly magazine devoted to stories on newsmakers.
[nooz-man, -muh n, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌmæn, -mən, ˈnyuz-/ noun, plural newsmen [nooz-men, -muh n] /ˈnuzˌmɛn, -mən/ (Show IPA) 1. a person employed to gather , as for a newspaper, magazine, or radio or television news bureau; reporter. 2. a person who reports the news on radio or television. 3. a person who sells or distributes newspapers, […]
- New labour
A movement to update Britain’s Labour Party by discarding the traditional Labour platform calling for state ownership of the means of production. The movement has been led by Tony Blair, who became prime minister in 1997 after guiding the Labour Party to victory. Under Blair’s leadership, Labour again won in 2001, the first time the […]