A complete page (or portion of a page) of the newspaper sent to an advertiser to verify publication of his/her ad.
Advertisements or articles torn from the pages of a magazine and used as proof by the publisher or the advertising agency that a particular ad or article appeared in a particular issue.
A full page of the paper, including the folio, that has been clipped out and sent to an advertiser as proof that his or her ad has appeared.
A page on which an ad was placed in a publication and sent to an advertiser for proof of performance.
a copy of the newspaper page on which the advertisement appeared
an entire page from an actual print publication that has carried an advertisement, not just a clip of the ad
A single page of a publication containing a specific ad or article in print.
the entire page of a publication on which an advertisement appeared, torn from the newspaper, for example, and sent to the advertising agency and advertiser as proof that the advertisement appeared as scheduled and in the exact detail as expected; a proof of performance. The print equivalent of affidavit of performance. Also called advertiser's copy or checking copy.
copy of a print ad that the model keeps in the portfolio as proof of work.
A page torn out of a printed book or periodical for use in the manuscript. It should be mounted on 8-by-11-inch paper and inserted in the manuscript.
As soon as a magazine appears in which a model is featured, he/she must buy copies and literally tear out the magazine sheets. These pages from a magazine are called tearsheets. These will be placed into the portfolio/book.
A page torn from a publication
An actual page from a magazine, catalog or other print job in which the model has worked.
A sample of an author's published work which consists of a page 'torn' from a magazine or a newspaper, or more commonly these days, a photocopy of the article.
An original copy of a printed article "torn" from the publication's pages. Most editors send writers complete copies of the publication, known as author copies, instead of tearsheets.
Page of a publication supplied to agency/advertiser for checking purposes.