An article that employs news-writing techniques to describe a subject.
a newspaper or magazine article that is written to entertain and inform the reader. It does contain some elements of the short story and is written with a lead to get the reader's attention and then uses conversational tone to present the reader with information to evoke an emotional response.
a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine; "they ran a feature on retirement planning"
an in-depth look at people, places and programs of interest to the IECA membership
the main article on the front page of a newspaper, or the cover story in a magazine
A newspaper or magazine article that discusses and interprets an event or trend, as opposed to spot reporting.
a large article, often including interviews, quotations and covering a key topic; often time-relevant or issue-relevant.
a broad or in-depth newspaper, magazine, Internet, radio or TV article that discusses, analyses or interprets an issue, subject or trend. A feature generally takes longer to research and produce than a news story.
An article that is presented as a special attraction in a magazine, newspaper, or journal. This piece is usually the cover article, meaning that there is a mention of it on the cover of the publication. It is similar to a news story, and is usually written in the third person. In an academic journal, a feature article is designed to provide in-depth, comprehensive information on breakthrough thinking and its application in the reader's world.
Non-news general interest pieces, for example, an article on stamp collecting.