A story of less importance that is used to fill space.
A short, interesting, sometimes humorous news item used to fill leftover space on the page. The most widely read "articles" in any newspaper, fillers constitute an excellent (and often overlooked) vehicle for obtaining press coverage for an organization.
a short item used to complete a magazine or newspaper page such as: short humor, an anecdote, a timeless news item or light verse.
Short informational stories or advertisements, usually timeless, used to fill small spaces where needed.
A small story or graphic element used to fill space on a page.
copy to fill space between more important articles in the layout of a magazine or newspaper
an episode that has very very little or nothing to do with the show's original story
a part that does not follow along with the main story line
a short item used to fill a
a story the paper runs because they have to fill in a space
Short term, usually 500 words or less. Used to fill space in print media between editorials and advertisements.
Short news stories or tidbits used to fill space.
Short editorial item to fill an otherwise blank space.
a short item: two or three paragraphs that can be used to fill up space. Many writers suggest breaking in with this type of item.
A short article of 200 words or less that does exactly what its name implies--it fills a space. Depending on the publication, fillers can range from news stories that don't merit feature treatment to humor pieces, anecdotes, puzzles, jokes, and poems. These articles are usually written in third person and represent one of the best opportunities for a new writer to break into a publication.
Short news or information items used to fill small spaced in the news columns
A short piece of interesting but minor or untimely material that the print media can use to either fill space or to provide community interest information.
A copy with little news value; used to fill space.