journo-lobbying
 n.— «In the US, the integration of journalism and PR is further advanced, and a recent trend has been labelled “journo-lobbying.” Tech Central Station, a Washington-based project pioneered by the journalist James Glassman, is a cross between a website and a magazine that acts like a lobbying company. The DCI Group, a prominent Washington lobbying firm, not only publishes the site, it shares most of the same owners, staff and offices.» —“PR: The dark history of spin and its threat to genuine news” by David Miller, William Dinan Independent (United Kingdom) Apr. 14, 20008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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