Reporting

  • (noun): The news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television.
    Synonyms: coverage, reportage

Some articles on reporting:

Robert Smith (journalist)
... Originally based in Seattle, Washington, he has been reporting for NPR since 1994 ... He has also held reporting jobs at KUER in Salt Lake City, Utah, and KUOW-FM in Seattle, Washington ... participated in and reported on Santarchy in addition to training for and reporting on the sport of curling ...
Motorola Q - Error Reporting
... most smartphones, an automatic error reporting function can be enabled by the user ... Motorola and Microsoft discovered the error through the error reporting service and now offer an update you can find through Motorola.com ...
Jo Becker - Awards
2008 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, with Barton Gellman. 2008 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, with Barton Gellman. 2007 George Polk Award for political reporting, with Barton Gellman ...
Richard E. Robbins
... producer, having produced several series for Peter Jennings Reporting, including Peter Jennings Reporting LAPD and Peter Jennings Reporting Dark Horizon - India, Pakistan, and the Bomb ...
Energy Accounting Software - Reporting
... Reporting tools are targeted at owners and executives who want to automate energy and emissions auditing ... can be aggregated or compared with the software, saving time relative to manual reporting ... occupancy, can be accounted for as part of the reporting process ...

Famous quotes containing the word reporting:

    I have been reporting club meetings for four years and I am tired of hearing reviews of the books I was brought up on. I am tired of amateur performances at occasions announced to be for purposes either of enjoyment or improvement. I am tired of suffering under the pretense of acquiring culture. I am tired of hearing the word “culture” used so wantonly. I am tired of essays that let no guilty author escape quotation.
    Josephine Woodward, U.S. author. As quoted in Everyone Was Brave, ch. 3, by William L. O’Neill (1969)