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hotel journalism
 n.— «Leonard Doyle, foreign editor of The Independent in London, said, “we make a big effort not to do what you might call “hotel journalism,” and we make a very big effort not to sub-contract work to local Iraqi journalists—we think that’s basically unfair. It’s a risk to them. We carry the same risk.”» —“European press pulls in horns in face of Iraqi terror” in Paris, France ChannelNewsAsia.com Jan. 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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