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A news article, or news item, published by the media as a factual account, or the material or events being researched to produce this. The Oxford English Dictionary records such media usage of the word as American in origin, with the earliest example being from 1892, but also records the word's use, dating in England from the thirteenth century, to describe a true or presumed-true narrative or historical account.

Its continuing newsroom usage acknowledges that narrative technique is needed to hold the audience's attention to the story's end.


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