Reporting Cartoons

Reporting Cartoons

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Reporting cartoon

"Charles is a journalist, but, of course, not one of those bottom feeders."

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"My entire vision for the future passed before my eyes."

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$165 Billion!!! Huge amount of money!

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"The suspect was described as wearing totally pedestrian bluejeans, an indifferent gray sweatshirt, and a trucker's cap, without the slightest sense of irony."

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"That's a very good question, which is why we're going to move on to the next question."

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"A man walked by carrying a large package and almost bumped into a guy with a briefcase. An M-7 bus just went by. It was fairly full. Traffic is moderately heavy. There are people using all four phones, with one woman waiting. This is Phil Michaels reporting, live, for WTNY, all the news, just the news, all day long."

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"This just in! A fifteen-man nineteen-forties swing-era-style big band was discovered intact today in Brno, Czechoslovakia."

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Vernon Trunick with the 3 O'Clock Report

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"If somebody abuses you at work, you always have the option to go home and let it stew in your brain all night."

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"Ronald Reagan won two victories in the Senate today, one victory in the House, and one victory in House-Senate conference, which gives him a career total of a hundred and ninety victories - only thirty-nine short of the world's record of two hundred and twenty-nine victories, held by Franklin Delano Roosevelt."

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How's my texting?

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Invasion of Privacy

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"It's a narrative I didn't intend."

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"But the weather looks great for the rest of the week."

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"Evidence of Bigfoot or just some clown?"

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Weather-Network Bulletin

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"You call that dirty?"

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"The relatively placid seas and those vacationers behind me notwithstanding, Dan, it's really starting to blow out here."

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Coincidence or What?

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"Denise, will you be my co-anchor?"

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A billboard that reads "Elect Fletcher Hopwith - Candidate of the media".

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Oversized New York Times Delivered

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"Turning to the City Hall forecast, this brief period of contrition will be followed by increasing testiness, leading to major squalls on Monday."

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"I'm back. My family didn't want to spend more time with me."

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Comparing the headlines of three different New York based newspapers.

Artist: Ziegler, Jack   Search ID: CC41370   High Res: 2185x841 pixels (unwatermarked)
Tags: new, newspaper, newspapers, new york, new york city, ny, nyc, daily news, journalism, reporting, sensationalism, headline, headlines, front page, front pages, front page news, reporter, reporters, journalist, journalists, tabloid, tabloids, current events, current affairs, media, press, gutter press, sensational journalism, exaggerating, exaggeration, fake news

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