A leading article in a newspaper or magazine; an editorial article; an article published as an expression of the views of the editor.
Mass media products that are assigned and/or reviewed by an editor or editors. Also, the expressed opinion and/or position of the media organization on public issues.
an article in a newspaper or magazine that expresses the opinion of its editor or publisher
a newspaper article written by, or on behalf of, an editor, especially one giving an opinion on a well-known issue.
An article in a newspaper, or other publication, that presents the publisher's opinion, or that of the editor. Also, anything perceived to resemble such an article, such as a lengthy, assertive statement. An editorial department of a publishing house is that unit or section, which bears responsibility for the content of the publisher's titles. It accomplishes this through its commissioning and acquiring of titles, as well as its efforts to ensure accuracy and completeness of the publications.
newspaper or magazine editor's or publisher's opinion on a subject
A statement of opinion from an editor or publisher; an article or segment where the news staff openly expresses a bias.
that portion of a magazine or newspaper produced by the publication's editors and writers.
an article giving opinions or perspectives
of or relating to an article stating opinions or giving perspectives; "editorial column"
a brief opinion piece, normally written by the editor, concerning the scope, content, direction, or philosophy of the journal or a policy issue concerning engineering research or its application
an article, usually written by the journal editor, that describes or introduces the content of the journal or a special issue, or that relates to the workings or practices of the journal or ASME
an opinion of the writer in that particular article in a newspaper
an opinion piece that represents the official position of the newspaper, not that of a reader
an opinion which when i last checked is usually biased towards one way or the other
a piece of writing, intended for publication that expresses an opinion on a newsworthy topic of interest
a section in a newspaper which does not give news, but comments on it and interprets it
a specific type of article that expresses the opinions of a publication's editor or publishers on an important issue of the day
a typically short statement of someone's opinion regarding an issue of importance to the writer
Broadcast or published opinion presented by the owner, editor manager, or publisher of any medium.
a statement of opinion from an editor or publisher about you and your business. Media coverage generated by news staff
An article (essay) written to express opinion. The opinions expressed may be those of the newspaper's editorial board, or those of a syndicated editorial columnist. Most editorials appear on the editorial page. When they appear elsewhere in The London Free Press, they are labelled as opinion.
An article in which the people who run a newspaper give their opinion on an important issue.
Brief statement of opinion on a specific subject or issue.
an article expressing a newspaper or magazine ownerâ€™s or editorâ€™s position on an issue
laudatory articles in magazines or newspapers, written from the opinion of the author.
Expression of opinion, as opposed to a news article which presents facts without opinion, that often appears on the editorial page separate from news stories.
An "editorial booking" is a shoot for the fashion pages in a magazine. An editorial is only used once.
"An opinion piece written by the editorial page editor or members of the editorial board, generally appearing on the editorial page in a newspaper or magazine." (WNWDM&C, 1990)
An article, typically short, expressing an opinion or point of view. Often, but by no means always, written by a member of the publication's staff.
1. That part of a publication provided by writers which is not advertising. 2. An article expressing the views of the editor or publication policy.
Opinion column that represents the opinion of the publication. [ edit] F-J
the department within a publishing house responsible for the content of its titles, both by commissioning and acquiring but also subsequently ensuring accuracy and completeness of the finished publication.
A first-person consumer or academic article that expresses one individual's view of a topic. These pieces are usually less than 900 words in length and are sometimes called op-eds when they are written for newspapers.
A statement of one person's opinion in a newspaper or magazine or on radio or television.
An expression of opinion by the newspaperâ€™s editors, usually reflecting the opinion of the publisher or owner of the newspaper
A category of modeling or photography referring to projecting mood, feeling, opinion, or storyline into pictures. These are generally fashion assignments used for magazine article support or cover design.
An article expressing the opinion of the newspaper regarding a certain subject.
An opinion piece written by the editorial page editor or members of the editorial board, generally appearing on the editorial page. A guest editorial is one written by an outsider.
An editorial is a statement or article by a news organization (generally a newspaper or magazine) that expresses the opinion of the editor, editorial board, or publisher. The term op-ed originates from the tradition of newspapers placing such materials on the page opposite the editorial page. The term "op-ed" is a combination of the words "opposite" and "editorial."