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A newsroom is the place where journalists work to gather news to be published.
Newsroom may also refer to:
- Newsroom (BBC programme), the BBC2 channel's main news programme from 1964 to 1973
- Newsroom South East, BBC's regional news programme for southeastern England
- The Newsroom (Canadian TV series), a Canadian television comedy-drama series created by Ken Finkleman that ran from 1996–2005
- The Newsroom (U.S. TV series), an American drama television series created and principally written by Aaron Sorkin that ran from 2012 to 2014
- America's Newsroom, an American news/talk program on Fox News Channel that began in 2007
- CNN Newsroom, an American news program on CNN/US that began in 2006
- CNN Newsroom (CNNI), the similar CNN Newsroom on CNN International
- JTBC Newsroom, the flagship newscast of the South Korean JTBC Television Network
- The Newsroom, now the Guardian News & Media Archive, in London
- Newsroom account, any microblogging or social networking account by a publishing or broadcasting organization
- Newsroom Navigator, a collection of online resources used by reporters at The New York Times
- SPIE Newsroom, a technical news website launched in March 2006 and operated by SPIE
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