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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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The commission reasoned in 1949 that broadcasters should editorialize as a part of their responsibility to deal with important issues as long as it provided opportunity for other sides to be heard.
Television stations with larger staffs tend to editorialize more.
Because his station feared having to defend a Fairness Doctrine complaint, it did not editorialize on an important local issue even though, in his judgment, the situation ".
By substantial margins, working reporters and news executives in both print and electronic media believe news organizations are out of touch with the public, editorialize in their coverage, and are shunning real news in favor of "infotainment.
When such liberal, industry-friendly bastions as the Los Angeles Times editorialize in favor of stronger guidelines and call for groups other than TV producers to set standards, something profound is going on.
The Washington Post editorializes against the bully Dan Snyder.
But what about a daily newspaper that owns stock in a ball team and editorializes for public money to be given to team owners?
Haaretz editorializes against the Israeli right's alliances with evangelical-Christian Zionists like Glenn Beck.
February 1915 Belle Case La Follette editorializes on the suffrage movement.
The New York Times editorializes for peace, among other things calling on Netanyahu to continue to halt settlement-building.
I rarely if ever agree with anything your paper editorializes about, but with Sunday's most interesting assessment, I give you high marks for finally understanding what the vast majority of clear-minded Americans who love our country have been thinking all along.
The New York Times editorializes in favor of direct talks, specifically prodding Palestinian President Abbas.