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30th Apr '18 6:42:23 AM darkemyst
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* [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]]'s high school friend Craig Rockland went running into danger on occasion for stories for their high school newspaper newspaper the Owl. Some of his articles were later picked up by Gotham papers since he tended to write about things like the teacher's union that people outside the school had an interest in.
14th Apr '18 11:07:51 PM C2
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' "The Big Scoop" revolves around the going-ons at the school paper, and a rival offshoot. Note that the viewer doesn't notice its presence before or after.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' Ron Stoppable tried his hand at it, and exposed [[FakeUltimateHero Adrena Lynn]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': "The Big Scoop" revolves around the going-ons at the school paper, and a rival offshoot. Note that the viewer doesn't notice its presence before or after.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': Ron Stoppable tried his hand at it, and exposed [[FakeUltimateHero Adrena Lynn]].
12th Jan '18 3:24:14 PM AgProv
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* in the ''{{Discworld}}'' of Creator/AAPessimal, the Assassins' guild School is allowed its own student newspaper, the ''Cloak and Dagger''. In the hands of editor Rupert Mericet [[note]]A Guild pupil who takes his distant relative's sense of dark sarcasm and turns it into dark satire[[/note]] it becomes a lethal weapon and every new edition is very carefully edited by members of the teaching staff - just in case. Rupert Mericet is written as a deliberate Expy of Creator/PeterCook, the co-inspiration behind satirical magazine ''Magazine/PrivateEye'', who edited the student newspaper at Shrewsbury School and used it as a vehicle for slipping through items of gossip and potential libel concerning the teaching staff. Younger talents such as Mariella Smith-Rhodes and cartoonist Nigella Wiggs add to the sedition, and in fact the C&D is regularly mined by the gossip column of the ''Ankh-Morpork Times'' for useful snippets about the Guild. The Times pays well for stories - and Nigella's cartoons - which is a useful addition to a student's spending power.
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28th Oct '17 7:28:15 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* Maya from ''Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ'' BoardingSchool case. [[spoiler: Which almost gets her killed, since she didn't know that one of her tapes had ''vital'' info about the case...]]
* Nanami Jinnai from ''[[Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld El Hazard]]'' isn't even in the broadcasting club, but she accompanies them in order to humiliate her older brother on live TV with (truthful) accusations of rigging the student council election.

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* Maya from ''Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ'' BoardingSchool case. [[spoiler: Which almost gets her killed, since she She didn't know that one of her tapes had ''vital'' info about the case...case, and it gets her killed in the manga [[SparedByTheAdaptation and almost killed in the anime]]...]]
* Nanami Jinnai from ''[[Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld El Hazard]]'' isn't even in the broadcasting club, but she accompanies them in order to humiliate her older brother Katsuhiko on live TV with (truthful) accusations of rigging the student council election.



%%* Mari Kawai from ''Manga/SlamDunk''.

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%%* * Ayako's friend Mari Kawai from ''Manga/SlamDunk''.''Manga/SlamDunk'' is a member of Shohoku's broadcasting club, and she ''really'' wants to be this.
27th Oct '17 2:19:31 PM Jake
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* ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' has a 21st century spin on the trope; aspiring journalist Alya Cesaire runs a popular blog[=/=]fansite dedicated to titular superheroine Ladybug, cheerfully oblivious to the fact that Ladybug's civilian identity is her best friend Marinette. [[spoiler: What's going to happen with said blog after Alya gets superpowers of her own in Season 2 remains to be seen.]]
6th Oct '17 2:16:57 AM CaptainTedium
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* Since it's a cartoon portraying middle school safety patrol officers as ''MiamiVice'' style detectives, ''WesternAnimation/Fillmore'' features its fair share of these characters.

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* Since it's a cartoon portraying middle school safety patrol officers as ''MiamiVice'' style detectives, ''WesternAnimation/Fillmore'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Fillmore}}'' features its fair share of these characters.
3rd Oct '17 8:23:41 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' episode "Truth or Ed" had Eddy take over the school newspaper and use it to publish outrageous stories, like Atlantis being found in Johnny 2x4's nostrils.



* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold!'' "The Big Scoop" revolves around the going-ons at the school paper, and a rival offshoot. Note that the viewer doesn't notice its presence before or after.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold!'' The ''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh'' episode "The Grave Intruder" had Duzer take over control of the school newspaper to make up phony stories that cause a lot of problems in the school, such as Coach Cadaver being incensed by a story claiming he has a human brain and Headmistress Crone making advances toward Max Schneider after reading a story that claimed he loved her. Duzer eventually realizes that fake news stories are hurtful when the rest of the class fabricate a story about Duzer loving Frankentyke.
* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold''
"The Big Scoop" revolves around the going-ons at the school paper, and a rival offshoot. Note that the viewer doesn't notice its presence before or after.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/WhateverHappenedToRobotJones'' episode "School Newspaper" had Robot photograph Principal Madman while he was in various situations, resulting in embarrassing stories being fabricated for the school newspaper, such as one headline claiming that Madman peed his pants when he only spilled coffee on himself. Madman tries to get back at Robot by framing him for various misdeeds, but Robot eventually exposes his deceit.
15th Sep '17 7:25:18 PM DoctorRayman
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* The school newspaper "Étudiants debout" (Stand up, students) in ''Series/RadioEnfer'' both subvert it and play it straight (except for the production values which are treated rather realistically). It's main writer, [[SmallNameBigEgo Vincent Gélinas]], uses to smear anyone he didn't like (or at least AccentuateTheNegative), while screaming "[[LargeHam It's a SCANDAL!!!]]", including the principal (which backfired [[LaserGuidedKarma spectacularely]]). In fact, in an aversion of this trope, the newspaper club's (of which Vincent soon becomes the only member thanks to his jerkassery) budget gets cut quite often when the principal has enough of his crap. In the later seasons, though, he's shown to be capable of being a competent journalism following his CharacterDevelopment (unfortunately, the damage is already done and he always ends up being the only one reading his own newspaper).

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* The school newspaper "Étudiants debout" (Stand up, students) in ''Series/RadioEnfer'' both subvert it and play it straight (except for the production values which are treated rather realistically). It's main writer, [[SmallNameBigEgo Vincent Gélinas]], uses to smear anyone he didn't like (or at least AccentuateTheNegative), while screaming "[[LargeHam It's a SCANDAL!!!]]", including the principal (which backfired [[LaserGuidedKarma spectacularely]]). spectacularly]]). In fact, in an aversion of this trope, the newspaper club's (of which Vincent soon becomes the only member thanks to his jerkassery) jerkassery before getting a new member with Dominique Vachon) budget gets cut quite often when the principal has enough of his crap. In the later seasons, though, he's shown to be capable of being a competent journalism journalist following his CharacterDevelopment (unfortunately, the damage is already done and he always ends up being the only one reading his own newspaper).
1st Aug '17 5:07:41 PM PixelKnight
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* Suzy in ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}'' is ''very'' enthusiastic about the Journalism Club and recruiting the new kid into it.

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* Suzy in ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}'' is ''very'' enthusiastic fanatic enough about the Journalism Club journalism club that she routinely commits blackmail, theft, and recruiting the new kid into it.espionage.
9th Jun '17 3:06:10 PM nombretomado
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* WhateleyUniverse: Peeper tries to play himself off as this, but [[{{Paparazzi}} he's not fooling anybody]].

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* WhateleyUniverse: Literature/WhateleyUniverse: Peeper tries to play himself off as this, but [[{{Paparazzi}} he's not fooling anybody]].
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