(redirected from bylines)
Also found in: Financial.


also by-line (bī′līn′)
A line at the head of a newspaper or magazine article carrying the writer's name.
tr.v. by·lined, by·lin·ing, by·lines also by-lined or by-lin·ing or by-lines
To publish (a newspaper or magazine article) under a byline.

by′lin′er n.


or by′-line`,

n., v. -lined, -lin•ing. n.
1. a printed line in a newspaper or magazine, usu. below the title or subhead of a story, giving the author's name.
2. to accompany with a byline.
by′lin`er, n.
References in periodicals archive ?
and pull in correct byline from Contentwatch library "bylines" A GRAVE disrupts work on a huge building site after a family refused to have it moved.
He took me around and let me have bylines and I never forgot it.
According to the study, "the proliferation of bylines characterized the news as an imperfect, all too human account of reality, and opened the way for celebrity journalism.
Guild members are withholding bylines as a protest over how recent layoffs were handled, claiming the company did not work with the union enough on a possible concession package to avoid the layoffs that affected 11 guild members.
AJR asked editors at the News and other papers to explain their policies on using, or not using, bylines on wire stories.
People will see their own bylines, their own photos,'' Rafter said.
They get bylines when warranted or are mentioned as a contributing writer in a "tag line" at the end of the story.
Unlike today's Times, which carries bylines on nearly all its articles, the major stories on this page had no writers' names.
For example, slogans or bylines on business cards can often be especially challenging to translate into another language.
Samantha Ibarguen's "environmental resume" includes a week of Earth Day activities for high-school students, a walk in the Everglades with a president, newspaper bylines, and a host of local and national awards.
Byline: BYLINE SPACER: delete this box and pull in correct byline from Contentwatch library "bylines" BY ALUN PALMER alun.
Associated Press editors and staffers are being advised to honor employee requests to withhold bylines during the current byline strike.