• (noun): A person who investigates and reports or edits news stories.
    Synonyms: newsman, newsperson

Some articles on reporter:

Reporter Vs. Correspondent
... A reporter, on the other hand, offers largely fact-based reporting ... A 'reporter' is usually someone without such expertise who is allocated stories by the newsdesk on any story in the news ...
WDAF-TV - News Operation - On-air Staff - Notable Former On-air Staff
... Jack Cafferty - news and weather anchor (now a news commentator for CNN) Stefan Chase - anchor/reporter (2010-2012 now at KTLA in Los Angeles) Heather Claybrook - fill-in reporter Carrie Coogan - former "Try ... now chief meteorologist with KSHB-TV) Lori Patterson - fill-in weekend reporter Stacy Smith - evening anchor (1977–1983 now anchor at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh ...
KTVF - On-air Staff - Current On-air Staff
... Anchors Darrell Clark - weeknights at 6 and 11PM (also reporter) Billie Sundgren - weeknights at 6 (also News Director) Stephanie Lott - weekday mornings at 630 plus Morning Updates ... general assignment and sports reporter/fill-in anchor Weather team Mike Shultz - Chief Weather Anchor weeknights at 6 and 11PM (also reporter) Sports team Becky Holley - Sports ...
KTVF - On-air Staff - Former On-air Staff
... the Alaska House of Representatives from Fairbanks Alex Epstein - Reporter/Anchor/News Director (1981–83) Ann Secrest - Anchor (1982–2001) Curtis Thomas - Anchor/Sports Director/Reporter (19 ...
Source (journalism) - Not On Tape
... video recording ("tape"), but continue speaking to the reporter ... long as the interview is not confidential, the reporter may report the information given by the source, even repeating direct quotes (perhaps scribbled on a notepad or recalled from memory) ... Professional public relations officers know that having the reporter repeat their words, rather than being on the air themselves, will blunt the impact of their words ...

Famous quotes containing the word reporter:

    For a long time I was reporter to a journal, of no very wide circulation, whose editor has never yet seen fit to print the bulk of my contributions, and, as is too common with writers, I got only my labor for my pains. However, in this case my pains were their own reward.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I don’t know if everybody is ready to hear a woman tell them so-and-so is going to run off left tackle. But you know what? They’re going to hear it.
    Lesley Visser, U.S. sports reporter and announcer. As quoted in Sports Illustrated, p. 85 (June 17, 1991)

    No reporter of my generation, whatever his genius, ever really rated spats and a walking stick until he had covered both a lynching and a revolution.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)