city editor


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city editor

n.
1. A newspaper editor responsible for handling local news and reporters' assignments.
2. Chiefly British A newspaper editor who handles commercial and financial news.

city editor

(on a newspaper) n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) Brit the editor in charge of financial and commercial news
2. (Journalism & Publishing) US and Canadian the editor in charge of local news

cit′y ed′itor


n.
a newspaper editor in charge of local news and assignments to reporters.
[1825–35, Amer.]
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Noun1.city editor - the newspaper editor in charge of editing local news
newspaper editor - the editor of a newspaper
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He received a note from the city editor which read as follows: "Go and pass the night alone in the haunted house in Vine street and if anything occurs worth while make two columns.
I'll be City Editor in three months, and then I'll make you jump.
Two years later, he was hired at the Herald as a general assignment reporter before becoming city editor in 1999 Ron Southwick has been named assistant managing editor of the Reading (Pa.
In 2004 he became a city editor of the News Star, a Gannett newspaper at Monroe, Louisiana.
Patrick O'Shea has been named managing editor; previously, he'd been city editor for two years.
Mr Alexander, who has died aged 80, rose to become parliamentary sketch writer for the Daily Telegraph and later city editor at the Daily Mail and began his career in journalism in the early 1960s as a leader writer on the Yorkshire Post.
He will replace Stephanie Flanders, who surprised many by announcing in September that she is leaving the broadcasting world for a role at JP Morgan Asset Management Peston, 53, was previously political editor and financial editor of the Financial Times and city editor of the Sunday Telegraph before joining the BBC in late 2005.
He will replace Stephanie Flanders, who announced in September that she is leaving the broadcasting world for a role at JP Morgan Asset Management Peston, 53, was previously political editor and financial editor of the Financial Times and city editor of the Sunday Telegraph before joining the BBC in late 2005.
IN HIS interview with your city editor, David Bartlett, Labour leader Ed Miliband, left, seems to talk the talk.
Jaques also served as a re-porter covering city and county government from 1953 to 1960, as an assistant city editor from 1960 to 1968, and as city editor from 1968 to 1976 before becoming the first in the newspaper's history to hold the title of assistant managing editor.
Campbell began his career as a reporter and city editor at his hometown paper, the Asheville Citizen.
Man with eyeshade is Charles Clayton, assistant city editor and later professor at SIU-Carbondale.