wire service

NOUN
  1. an agency to collects news reports for newspapers and distributes it electronically
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How To Use wire service In A Sentence

  • Wire services, including the Associated Press, Reuters and Xinhua News Agency, dispatched bulletins from Tokyo.
  • Wire services reported that two policemen were gunned down in north Baghdad.
  • The major sources of syndicated material are wire services or news factories such as AAP and Reuters.
  • Most US newspapers print their stories from the two major wire services, Reuters and Associated Press.
  • The government does not own or substantially regulate newspapers, radio or television stations, or news wire services.
  • The wire services are now reporting the fire, and the writers and editors are reading the copy.
  • I have a fondness for the stories of the newsrooms of the past, filled with smoke, redolent with the smell of dirty paste pots, the sound of the bulletin bell on the wire service machines.
  • Are these stories generated locally or do they come from other sources such as syndicates, wire services or other newspapers?
  • A few hours later, the Associated Press and other wire services reported that a WHO press spokesman in Geneva "made a surprise appearance" at a press briefing for the purpose of 'dampening' fears ignited by Nabarro's interview. Bird Flu Review
  • Even wire service reporters cannot beat them because the former must file copy to a news desk before it is published.
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