Wiki: Fast. Really fast. Anything that breaks into the public domain instantaneously. Its opposite is “print”.
Leak: The term that has rendered all words like “scoop”, “exclusive” and “breaking news” redundant. If it will leak, it will leak into the Internet domain first.
Mobile Hack: A hack who hacks into a mobile in an effort to get desperate news to supplement a declining print venture.
Breaking News: A non-existent term full of sound and fury signifying nothing. (But something which the old school of journalism will not let go of at any cost.)
Exclusive: Means you were alone in a one-on-one chat with a celebrity who was telling you something that he or she had Tweeted to his or her millions of followers a few hours earlier.
Social Networking: The primary source for direct quotes of famous people and celebrities.
Cut and Paste: The secondary term for secondary sources which have become a primary source of news and been passed off as a primary news gathering device.
Cut and Paste and Rewrite: A much more polished form of Cut and Paste, as above.
Lead: Something earlier happened once a day, but now happens at least once every five minutes.
A Julian Assange: Someone who’s in trouble because he has leaked the secrets of the high and mighty of the world.
A Rupert Murdoch: Someone who’s in trouble because his own sordid secrets have been leaked to the world.
These versions by Sunil Rajguru