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組員:696c0027 葉姵賢 696c0047 賴怡豪

696c0040 陳佳穗 696c0048 何浩平

696c0045 黃奕禎 696c0054 劉怡君

Ladies and gentleman of the press

Ladies and gentlemanof the press

The people in charge of newspaper content are editors. The people who write for them are journalists, sometimes referred to informally as journos or insultingly as hacks. Someone who writes articles that appear regularly, usually in the same place in the paper, and often with powerfully expressed opinions, is a columnist.

The British national press is referred to as Fleet Street, although no national paper is now produced in this London street.

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Editor (n.)


One who superintends, revises, or prepares a literary work for publication.



One who conducts a newspaper

, magazine, etc

3. (影片等的)剪輯者

Device for editing film.


1. editor in chief 主編,編輯者

2. reviser 校訂者

3. editorial writer 主筆

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journalist (n.)


An editor contributor to a newspaper.

Journalistic (adj.)

Journalism (n.)


The occupation of

publishing, or writing

for, newspapers or


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Columnist (n.)


One who writes a regular article, as in a newspaper, about a column long, composed of comments, contributions, poems, etc.

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Journo [] (n.)無冕王 – a journalist (= writer for newspapers or magazines):

-Usage- British slang

-Informal for journalist

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Hack[hӕk] (n.)文丐–

1) a journalist whose work is low in quality or lacks imagination.

2) a writer who works on the staff of a publisher at a dull or routine task; someone who works as a literary drudge.


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Fleet Street-1. 佛里特街(倫敦報社街) 2. 倫敦新聞雜誌界

- After Fleet Street in central London, long the headquarters for many British newspaper publishers

-the street in London where many newspaper offices were formerly situated

- British national newspapers collectively

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Grub Street- 1. 葛拉布街(倫敦的一條舊街,潦倒文人群集之處) 2. 潦倒文人

The world of impoverished writers and literary hacks.

After Grub Street,London, former name of Milton Street, where such writers lived

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edit 編輯/主編/編排/剪輯輯錄

edition 版本/版次

editor 編輯/編者

editorial 社論/社評/編者的

editorial writer 撰社論者


journalese 新聞文體


hacker 駭客/電腦迷/電腦狂

hackette 女記者


Obituary 訃聞

article about the life of someone who has recently died.

May I add a personal note to your excellent obituary of Charles Abell? Throughout his career, he was faced with difficult problems but never hesitated to take firm decisions and to stand by the consequences.



Definition: (noun)

1. A briefnotice of a person’s death, as

published in a newspaper.

2. A biography of a recently deceased person,

written by a journalist and published in a


Definition: (adjective)

pertaining to the recording of a death or


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Synonyms: Obituary Board

obit, Necrology,

Eulogy, register



Medieval Latin obituarium, from

Latin obitus death.



  • An obituary is an attempt to give an account of the texture and significance of the life of someone who has recently died.

  • It is to be distinguished from a death notice (also known as a funeral notice), which is a paid advertisement written by family members and placed in the newspaper either by the family or the funeral home.

Gossip column

Gossip column:評論專欄

  • (often critical) stories about the social activities and private lives of famous people.

    Gossip columnist:評論專欄記者

  • Having failed at show business he ended up in journalism writing about it. By the mid-thirties he had his gossip column. Broadway was his beat. Table 50 at New York’s Stock Club was his office.




1. a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people.

2. a person given to gossiping and divulging personal information about others.


1. wag one's tongue and speak about others

and reveal secrets.

2. talk socially without exchanging too much information.

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  • Synonyms:

    blab, tattle, chitchat, jaw, chinwagging,

    small talk,scuttlebutt, chatter,newsmonger , gossipmonger.

  • The tattle of a gossip; groundless rumor.



(Noun) :

1. (architecture) a tallverticalcylindricalstructurestandinguprightandused

to support a structure.

2. any tubular or pillar-like supporting

structure in the body.

3. (Print.) A perpendicular set of lines, not extending across the page, and separated from other matter by a rule or blank space; as, a column in a newspaper.

Bbc news

BBC News

  • Founding Daily Mirror 3AM girl, Jessica Callan, whose father Paul was a diarist on the Daily Mail and succeeded by Dempster, says the gossip column still gives the newspaper reader something different that counteracts the glossy view of celebrities.

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  • adj.分類的;類別的 {美}文件的;機密的

  • 1. Arranged in classes or categories.

  • 2. Available to authorized persons only, as for reasons of national security: a classified document

  • 3. arranged according to some system of classification

  • 4. Government (of information) not available to people outside a restricted group, esp. for reasons of national security.

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  • Noun:1. classified分類廣告- a short ad in a newspaper or magazine (usually in small print) and appearing along with other ads of the same type

  • Synonyms:classified ad, classified advertisement

  • Related Words :newspaper ad, newspaper advertisement - a printed advertisement that ispublished in a newspaper

  • want ad - a newspaper advertisement stating what is wanted

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  • Adj:1. classified - arranged into classes

  • Antonyms:unclassified - not arranged in any specific grouping

  • 2. classified- official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified"

  • Antonyms:unclassified - not subject to a security classification

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(Noun) 家;住家;故鄉;發源地;收容所

  • 1. A place where one lives; a residence.

  • 2. The physical structure within which one lives, such as a house or


  • 3. A dwelling place together with the family or social unit that occupies

    it; a household.

  • 4. a. An environment offering security and happiness.

    b. A valued place regarded as a refuge or place of origin.

  • 5. The place, such as a country or town, where one was born or has

    lived for a long period.

  • 6. The native habitat, as of a plant or animal.

  • 7. The place where something is discovered, founded, developed, or

    promoted; a source.

  • 8. A headquarters; a home base.

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  • 9.本壘;終點

    a. Baseball Home plate.

    b. Games Home base.

  • 10. An institution where people are cared for: a

    home for the elderly.

  • 11. Computer Science

    a. The starting position of the cursor on a

    text-based computer display, usually in the

    upper left corner of the screen.

    b. A starting position within a computer application ,

    such as the beginning of a line, file, or screen or the

    top of a chart or list.

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  • 1. a. Of or relating to a home, especially to one's

    household or house: home cooking; home furnishings.

    b. Taking place in the home: home care for the elderly.

  • 2. Of, relating to, or being a place of origin or headquarters:

    the home office.

  • 3. Sports Relating to a team's sponsoring institution or to the

    place where it is franchised: a home game; the home field


  • 4. Of, relating to, or being the keys used as base positions

    for the fingers in touch-typing: The home row on a standard keyboard consists of the keys for A, S, D, F, J, K, L, and ;.


  • 1. At, to, or toward the direction of home: going home for lunch.

  • 2. On or into the point at which something is directed: The arrow struck home.

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  • 3. To the center or heart of something; deeply: Your comments really hit home.

  • v.homed, hom·ing, homes

    v.intr: (不及物動詞)回家;自動導航

  • 1. To go or return to one's residence or base of operations.

  • 2. To be guided to a target automatically, as by means of radio waves.

  • 3. To move or lead toward a goal: The investigators were homing in

    on the truth.及物動詞)把…..送回家

  • To guide (a missile or aircraft) to a target automatically.

  • Idioms: at home

    1. Available to receive visitors: at home on Thursdays.

    2. Comfortable and relaxed; at ease: at home in diplomatic circles.

    3. Feeling an easy competence and familiarity: at home in French.

    home free

  • Out of jeopardy; assured of success: We had our hardest exams first and were home free after that

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  • Noun:1. home - where you live at a particular time; "deliver the package to my home"; "he doesn't have a home to go to"; "your place or mine?"

  • Synonyms:place

  • Related Words:abode, residence - any address at which you dwell more than temporarily; "a person can have several residences".

  • home away from home, home from home - a place where you are just as comfortable and content as if you were home

  • Verb:1.home-provide with, or send to, a home

  • Related Words:domiciliate, house, put up - provide housing for; "The immigrants were housed in a new development outside the town"

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  • Adj: 1.home - used of your own ground; "a home game“

  • Related Words:athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition

  • Antonyms:away - used of an opponent's ground; "an away game“

  • Adv:1.home- at or to or in the direction of one's home or family; "He stays home on weekends"; "after the game the children brought friends home for supper"; "I'll be home tomorrow"; "came riding home in style"; "I hope you will come home for Christmas"; "I'll take her home"; "don't forget to write home"

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Masthead may refer to:

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  • the masthead (publishing), a list, usually found on the editorial page of a newspaper or other periodical, listing the publisher, editorial board, advertising rates, etc.

  • the masthead, another name for a banner in publishing.

  • the masthead, the logo and common elements displayed at the top of each page of a website


  • masthead, the top of a mast, in the sense of:

    • mast (sailing), a tall vertical pole of a sailing ship which supports the sails

    • radio masts and towers, typically, tall structures designed to support antennas (also known as aerials in the UK) for telecommunications and broadcasting, including television

  • masthead (rigging), a method of rigging a sailing vessel, where the forestay runs from the top of the mast to the bow or bowsprit, as opposed to a fractional rig where the forestay starts from a point below the masthead.

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  • Masthead:

  • 1. Nautical The top of a mast.

  • 2. The listing in a newspaper or periodical of information about its staff, operation, and circulation.

  • 3. The title of a newspaper or periodical as it appears across the first page, front cover, or title page of each issue. Also called nameplate.

  • Noun:發行人;報頭;刊頭1. masthead - a listing printed in all issues of a newspaper or magazine (usually on the editorial page) that gives the name of the publication and the names of the editorial staff, etc.

  • Synonyms:flag

  • Related Words:list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)

  • 2. masthead - the title of a newspaper or magazine; usually printed on the front page and on the editorial page

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  • Related Words:title - the name of a work of art or literary composition etc.; "he looked for books with the word `jazz' in the title"; "he refused to give titles to his paintings"; "I can never remember movie titles"

  • 3.masthead - the head or top of a mast

  • Related Words:mast - a vertical spar for supporting sails

  • top - the upper part of anything; "the mower cuts off the tops of the grass"; "the title should be written at the top of the first page".

Banner headline

Banner headline

  • 【名詞 (C)】(報紙的)通欄大標題

  • Headline in extremely large print.

  • The Sun’s bannerheadline is “Come Home Dad”.

  • Banner 【名詞 (C) 】 旗幟, 動板

    【形容詞】 領先的, 優越的

Banner headline1

Banner headline

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  • Headline[名詞 (C)] 大標題[動詞 (vt)] 寫標題, 為~做標題

  • Quotation: The journalistic fraternity has its own way of describing the people, the things or the events in a lighter vein. A tall gracious girl is referred to as a “Banner Head line” and a person’s obesity, particularly the lower portion of the body, is described as a “huge bottom spread.” The lingo is attached to the full width head line for the major story and bottom story on the front page of the newspaper.



  • 【美】【口】新聞的搶先報導;獨家新聞;最新內幕消息[C]

  • EX:He got all the big scoops for the paper.

  • 搶在(別家)之前報導新聞;搶先獲得(新聞);搶在...之前

  • EX:We scooped the other companies by making the best offer for the contract.

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  • [n.] exclusive news獨家首播

  • 【adj.】 exclusive獨家

  • 【adv.】 exclusively

  • Exclusive story,especially an exciting one.

  • The discovery of the Goebbels diaries was yet another Sunday Times scoop that left our rivals gasping.

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  • (n)scoop [skuːp]1 any of several types of spoon-like tool, used for lifting, serving etc a grain scoop; an ice-cream scoop.

  • 2 (also scoopful) the amount held in a scoop a scoop of ice-cream; a scoopful of grain.

  • 3 a piece of news etc that one newspaper gets and prints before the others The reporter was sure that he had a scoop for his paper.

  • (v) to move with, or as if with, a scoop He scooped the crumbs together with his fingers.

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  • Scoop (tool), a shovel-like tool, particularly one deep and curved, used in digging,

  • Scoop (machine part), a component of machinery to carry things,

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