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newshound

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewshoundnews‧hound /ˈnjuːzhaʊnd $ ˈnuːz-/ noun [countable] informal  TCNsomeone who collects information for a newspaper or news programmejournalist
Examples from the Corpus
newshoundTrumpets sounded, press-men hoisted their notebooks and their Kodaks, and cinema newshounds began to crank the handles of their cameras.That was hard-bitten, hard-nosed, hard-drinking newshound Edgar Allan Poe.They are not newshounds, they're more historians I guess.
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