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editorialize

verb articulate a personal position, eluuidate on, examine an issue, issue a policy statement, issue a position statement, opine on, personal analysis, prepare critical analysis, present a perspective, write a column, write a commentary, write an analytical piece, write an arricle, write an opinion piece
Associated concepts: broadcasting law, free speech
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It all seems so simple - until the camera's editorializing begins and your personality stands jay-naked on a glossy print.
Malcolm's quote "triggered what Columbia Journalism Review called more newsroom and cocktail-party debate, more belligerent editorializing and more honest soul-searching than almost any other article on journalism ever had," write Goodwin and Smith.
Despite his conscientious effort to remain even-handed, Lederman does target a few television correspondents and anchormen, notably CBS's Bob Simon and ABC's Peter Jennings, for being "prone to editorializing and putting spin" on their introductions.
Andy Seybold has spent more than two decades analyzing, editorializing and consulting in high-technology industries.
NBC officials dismiss criticisms about editorializing infecting the net's reporting.
Great pains have been taking to present the stories of the serpent handlers in their own words, without extraneous or editorializing, though each individual's memoir is prefaced by with a summary of who he or she is and his or her role in the movement.
Adding to the show's provocative nature are the producers' efforts to eschew editorializing.
Bailey may be editorializing here in a way that her other work mostly avoids, but the neutrality--the contentlessness--of the lay figure allows this.
Within the broadcast industry, the decision prompted renewed interest in the status of editorializing in radio and television.
The middle-of-the-road Ann Arbor News praised their informal, bipartisan Bill of Rights Caucus, editorializing that their principled fight for "the just cause" was "refreshing.
Andrew Seybold has spent more than two decades analyzing, editorializing and consulting in the computing and communications industries.