The Boston Transcript said editorially
: "The speech of Booker T.
The annual rankings, which are editorially
independent, graded nearly 200 companies on veteran recruitment, culture, military policies and accommodations for reservist employees.
Shakir first made a name for himself as an editor at the website ThinkProgress, the news arm associated with, though editorially
independent of, the powerhouse Democratic think-tank Center for American Progress.
Owens had been Executive Editor of 60 MINUTES since June 2008, where he helped guide the program editorially
and managed a staff of reporters and editors.
Speaking to the audience, Mahmood said, 'It is like a bridge to the past that keeps me rational and charged to the concept of photography in an age where it is not cost effective or feasible to editorially
( is an editorially
independent program of the foundation.)
Under the new MoU, several training sessions for the editorial staff but also the marketing team will be organised in order to enrich the offer of the agency, in accordance with its needs and expectations, both editorially
Similarly, it wouldn't be correct to say that being editorially
independent of the church was an innovation of 1977, since the newspaper didn't come under church control until 1948.
The Welsh language channel has joined iPlayer on a 18-month trial basis with S4C editorially
responsible for its commissioned content.
Also, they must affirm that they work for publications that are "editorially
independent of any institution, foundation, or interest group that lobbies the government, or that its not principally a general news organization."
IT is heartening to read that domestic violence is taken seriously and now support is given to victims of it to give evidence because as you state editorially
it is difficult for anyone to accuse a partner with whom a woman thought she had a loving relationship.