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English Vocabularies and Phrases Related to Newscasting & Media

English Vocabularies and Phrases Related to Newscasting & Media
English Vocabularies and Phrases Related to Newscasting & Media

Knowing English vocabularies and phrases are must to speak and write phenomenally. If you have a good vocabulary power then you will have a good speaking and writing power too. We have already posted a lot of essential vocabularies related to different topics. In the article below you will find English vocabularies and phrases related to newscasting & media.

English Vocabularies and Phrases Related to Newscasting & Media

 

Vocabulary Meaning Example
Tiding News I am the bearer good tidings.
word A single unit of language which means and be spoken or written. Do not write more than 200 words.
newsworthiness quality of being interesting enough to the public to be reported in news bulletins Noting very newsworthy happened last week.
intelligence

 

The ability to learn, understand and think in a logical way about something. He didn’t even have the intelligence to call for an ambulance.
news program

 

Program related to a news. He is preparing for the news program tonight.
news show

 

Show related to the news. He is working as a host in the news show.
press

 

Newspapers and magazines The story was reported in the press and on television.
media

 

The main ways that large numbers of people receive information. The trial was fully reported in the media.
announcement

 

The act of publicly informing people. Today’s announcement of a peace agreement came after weeks of discussion.
bulletins

 

A short news reported on the radio or television. A bulletin on the president’s health.
reporter

 

A person who collects and reports news for newspaper, radio or television. A reporter from the New York Times.
headlines

 

The title of a newspaper article printed in large letters. They ran the story under the headline “Home at last.”
report

 

To give people information about something that you have heard, seen, done etc. The findings are similar to those reported in previous studies.
stories

 

A description of events and people that the writer or speaker has invented. A story about time travel.
updates

 

A report or broadcast that gives the most recent information about something. We are watching a news update.
newspapers 

 

A set of large printed sheets of paper containing news, articles, advertisements. I read about it in the newspaper.
Footer

 

A line or block of text that is automatically added to the bottom of every page. The footer gives the page number of the document.
Header

 

An act of hitting the ball with your head. The header gives the page number and date of the news.
reporting 

 

The presenting of and writing about news on television. Accurate/balanced/objective reporting.
briefing  Detailed instructions or information that are given. Captain Trent gave his men a full briefing.
Deadline A point in time by which something must be done. I prefer to work to a deadline.
newscast A news program on radio or television. Tonight we have an interesting newscast.
television  A piece of electrical equipment with a screen on which you can watch program with moving pictures and sounds. A widescreen television.
information  Facts or details about somebody/something. A source of information.
Viewers A person watching television. The program attracted millions of viewers.
developments  The gradual growth of something so that it becomes more advanced stronger. A baby’s development in the womb.
Crowd A large number of people gathered together in a public place. A small crowd had gathered outside the church.
Weather The condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time, such as the temperature. Did you have good weather on your trip?
coverage The reporting of news and sport in newspapers and on the radio and television. Tonight’s live coverage of the hockey game.
info Information Have you had any more info about the job yet?
journalism  The work of collecting and writing news stories for newspapers. I’d like a career in journalism.
journalistic Connected with the work of a journalist. His journalistic background.
journeyman A person who has training and experience in the job but who is only average at it. He has vacancies for many journeymen.
journalist  A person whose job is to collect and write news stories for newspapers or etc. A journalist specializing in legal issues.
omen  A sign of what is going to happen in the future. A good/bad omen.
release Set somebody/something free Death released him from his suffering.
Relegation The fact of a sports team, especially a football team. Teams threatened with relegation.
Windy   With a lot of wind. It’s too windy to go out in the boat.
message  A written or spoken piece of information, etc. There were no messages for me at the hotel.
surprise  An event, a piece of news, etc. A surprise attack.
scoop  A piece of important or exciting news that is printed in one newspaper. I got the inside scoop on his new girlfriend.
facts  Used to refer to a particular situation that exists. I could no longer ignore the fact that he was deeply unhappy.
newsletter A printed report containing news of the activities of a club or organization that is sent regularly to all its members. Our sailing club produces a monthly newsletter.
Abort Stop If the wrong password is given the program aborts.
Accord: agreement The two sides signed a peace accord last July.
Anoint: Choose The priest anointed her with oil.
Assimilate: to take in, fit into, or become similar The committee will need time to assimilate this report.
Berate: to criticize or speak in an angry manner to someone She berated herself for being a bad mother.
Chastised: to criticize someone severely He chastised the team for their lack of commitment.
Conceptual: based on ideas or principles A conceptual model.
 Consortium: an organization of several businesses or banks joining together as a group for a shared purpose The Anglo-French consortium that built the channel tunnel.
Contemplate: observe or study thoughtfully To contemplate your future.
Decapitating: to cut off the head of a person

 

His decapitated body was found floating in the canal.
Deficits: Insufficiency The trade balance has been in deficit for past five years.
Delegate: a chosen person Congress delegates rejected the proposals.
Deploy: to use something in an effective way

 

She rejected the arguments that had been deployed against her.
Dissidence: disagreement The suppression of dissident views.
Enclave: a group of people different than its surrounding The northern part of the city is Christian enclave.
Enunciate: to pronounce words clearly, explain He enunciated his visions of the future.
Envisage: To conceive an image of a future possibility It is difficult to envisage how people will react.
Emphatic: said in a strong way An emphatic denial/rejection.
Exploit: use well, use something unfairly He exploited his father’s name to get himself a job.
Extravagant: spending or doing more than necessary She has very extravagant tastes.
Galvanizes: to cause someone to suddenly take action A galvanized bucket.
Grievances: a complaint These interviews aim to deal with individual grievances.
Harmonious: friendly and peaceful A harmonious combination of colors.
Hover: suspended in the air A full moon hovered in the sky.
Hurl: to throw something with a lot of force He hurled a brick through the window.
Incentive: something which encourages a person to do something There is no incentive for people to save fuel.
Incumbent: officially having the named position, necessary The present incumbent of the White House.
Inflation: the continuous increase in prices The annual rate of inflation fell to 0.1% in 2018.
Ostracized: to exclude from a group He was ostracized by his colleagues for refusing to support the strike.
Parish: to die, to suffer destruction A family of four perished in the fire.
Pertain: to have reference or relation Those laws no longer pertain.
Pledge: a serious or formal promise They recited the Pledge of Allegiance.
Precedence: act or fact of preceding Environmental concerns must be given precedence over commercial interest.
Prevail: to get control or influence We were horrified at the conditions prevailing in local prisons.
Quintessentially: Typically A sense of humor that is quintessentially British.
Rabid: irrationally extreme in opinion or practice Rabid right-wing fanatics.
Revitalize: to give new life Measures to revitalize the inner cities.
Revoke: to take back or withdraw Your license may be revoked at any time.
Sprout: to develop or grow quickly Ne leaves sprouting from the trees.
Substantially: large in size, value or importance, basic or essential The costs have increased substantially.
Sway: Control Vicky swayed and fell.
Tariff: the schedule or system of duties so imposed A general tariff was imposed on foreign imports.
Inalienable: unable to be removed The inalienable right to decide your own future.
Upsurge: a sudden increase in something An upsurge in violent crime.
Vault: something likened to an arched roof Most of her jewelry is stored in bank vaults.
Venerable: deserving respect because of age, high position etc. A venerable old man.
Vie: to compete with other people The boy would vie with each other to impress her.
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