Adjective "newsagency" definition and examples

(Newsagency may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Definitions and examples

noun

An organization that collects news items and distributes them to newspapers or broadcasters.
  1. 'He was eventually jailed for two years in 1997 for sending threatening letters to a Scottish newspaper and news agency.'
  2. 'That was denied today by the Press Association, the national news agency which covered the press conference.'
  3. 'The event was reported by no less than a reporter for the official news agency.'
  4. 'The item was deleted after a news agency reported its existence.'
  5. 'The Russian news agency ITAR-Tass reported that Massood had also died.'
  6. 'Though she barely spoke English, she did have a degree in journalism and a year's experience working at a Kabul news agency.'
  7. 'Police were searching for two men believed to be involved in the explosion, the ITAR-Tass news agency reported.'
  8. 'An unnamed employee in the building told the news agency Efe the blast was so powerful it shook the edifice and felt like an earthquake.'
  9. 'He was hospitalised in stable condition, the national news agency Bernama reported.'
  10. 'The German news agency Dpa reports that Kurds have to pay again for further transportation once they arrive in Italy.'

More definitions

1. a business organization that gathers news for transmittal to its subscribers.Compare press association.

2. a business that sells newspapers at retail.

More examples(as adjective)

"reports can be newsagency."

"finances can be newsagency."

"presses can be newsagency."

Origin

(news agency)