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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewsroomnews‧room /ˈnjuːzrʊm, -ruːm $ ˈnuːz-/ noun [countable]  the office in a newspaper or broadcasting company where news is received and news reports are written
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newsroomThe one lesson I had learned over many years of working in metropolitan newsrooms was how insulated editors were.The man was visibly disappointed by the newsroom.I often felt more inspired writing in a tearoom than in the newsroom.In the newsroom, Bernstein and Woodward waited for the first edition of the afternoon Washington Star-News to arrive.The newsroom was minuscule, not much more than a cubbyhole, next door to Monty's cluttered little office.
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