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editorial

adjective analytical, critical, editing, elucidatory, enlightening, explanatory, explicatory, expositive, expository, illustrative, journalistic, reportorial, technical
Associated concepts: law review, plain language
See also: review
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Not even basic writing techniques are taught, let alone information about the editorial process or skills required for effective participation on an editorial board.
Karen Nolan, The Reporter, Vacaville, California: I thought editorials spoke for the publisher--you know, the person who buys ink by the barrel--and not every employee of the newspaper.
But in the last 10 years, there seems to be a real effort to balance the editorials, letters and news.
His editorials, nevertheless, have contained statements that are confusing, misleading and just plain wrong.
Shortly after Wilkins joined the Post to write editorials in 1971, he was having lunch with Greenfield, then deputy editor of the editorial page.
He found the power base, if not exactly the full-time job, as a contributing editor of the New York Age, for which he wrote editorials from October 1914 through July 1923.
There are other opportunities to shape, mold and lead public opinion than by writing daily editorials," and by changing how editorial space is utilized.
In one of many editorials it ran supporting a school-choice proposal for inner-city Milwaukee children, the page compared the leading voucher opponent, schools superintendent Herbert Grover, to Arkansas segregationist Orval Faubus.
Every newspaper reporter knows nobody reads the editorials.
Early editorials made mention of a group of editors working on the magazine, but none other than Mottelay and Pearson appeared on the masthead or anywhere else in the magazine.
He has penned some of the most powerful and insightful editorials that have run on our pages.