editorially


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ed·i·to·ri·al

 (ĕd′ĭ-tôr′ē-əl)
n.
1. An article in a publication expressing the opinion of its editors or publishers.
2. A commentary on television or radio expressing the opinion of the station or network.
adj.
1. Of or relating to an editor or editing: an editorial position with a publishing company; an editorial policy prohibiting the use of unnamed sources.
2. Of or resembling an editorial, especially in expressing an opinion: an editorial comment.

ed′i·to′ri·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.editorially - by means of an editorial; "the paper commented editorially on the scandal"
Translations

editorially

[ˌedɪˈtɔːrɪəlɪ] ADVdesde el punto de vista editorial

editorially

advredaktionell; (= as an editor)als Redakteur(in); we are not able to comment editoriallywir können keine redaktionellen Kommentare abgeben; editorially the paper will focus on Europein ihren Kommentaren wird die Zeitung sich auf Europa konzentrieren
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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 film it.
( is an editorially independent program of the foundation.)
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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.