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newshound

A news journalist who is exceptionally aggressive, vigorous, or persistent in the pursuit of a story or its details. He's gotten a reputation as being a bit of a newshound at these conventions, so most politicians try avoid him altogether. Look, I've got enough issues on my plate without having some newshound like you barging in here harassing me to get a quote.

newshound

n. a newspaper reporter who pursues a story with the same diligence used by a bloodhound. Tell that newshound that I’ll sue her if she prints that!
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The short answer was, he believed a news hound could offer better coverage online.
I follow the business news like the news hound I am, and of course the all-consuming recession is beginning to bug me.
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announced the release of two new products, News Hound and Blog Hound, designed to aggregate, integrate, and deliver current and relevant content to customers (through OEM and distribution partners).
I appreciated it," said Sutin, at 63 the paper's most senior news hound.
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There's no surer way to arouse the sniffer (and often the snarl) of any good news hound than to say "no comment." If you can't answer a question, explain why: "I'd like to answer your question, but because of the physician's ethical code, l have to keep my patient's medical records confidential." Or if you can respond, but don't have the information at your fingertips, or you need to check for accuracy, you can say, "I don't have that information right now, but I'll try to get it for you and call back." If you make that promise, be sure to keep it.
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