One night, asked where most of his news dispatches appeared, he winked and said on wall papers in factories.
The bigger problem was that the layers of review delayed news dispatches, which were often stale by the time they got to readers, viewers and listeners.
Why not use news dispatches in the same way?
The announcer pawed among his news dispatches, then once more raised his eyes to confront his viewers.
He made no effort to file timely news dispatches, and he rarely if ever achieved a journalistic scoop.
The employees would take news dispatches, called storyboards, written by the troops, translate them into Arabic and distribute them to newspapers.
First reports on the American initiative came in news dispatches from Amman.
Witnesses quoted in news dispatches said ambulances were seen leaving the area of headquarters compound.
In this news bulletin covered business news, provincial news and news dispatches from abroad.
There followed the first decrees of the new government and various brief news dispatches received by telegraph and telephone.