rip-and-read

rip-and-read

adjective
US
Designating material to be read on radio or television which is supplied by teletype to local stations.

Origin
1950s; earliest use found in Lowell (Massachusetts) Daily Sun.

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Changes in technology have made rip-and-read into “breaking news”. Perhaps the source bureau is the same, but it might just be from social media.

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