A reader needs to rip it off, or patiently turn it over as another page, to read the bottom half of the front-page
Using content analysis, this article compares the front-page
elements of The New York Times with six major metropolitan national newspapers to assess how different news organizations package and present their most important page to the public.
After an initial Twitter response claiming front-page
treatment will merely boost his ego, sealing his message with a kiss, Pietersen's reaction to a little more goading read: "I would have preferred a Sydney front page tbh.
In his statement, also quoted in Friday's front-page
editorial, Bozday- said: "What do you see in the headlines in the HE-rriyet daily?
The BC Liberal Party purchased a front-page
ad in Wednesday's edition of 24 Hours newspaper touting leader Christy Clark's performance in Monday's televised debate -- an ad designed to look just like the real front page of a newspaper.
The principal investigator of this study, Shobha Shukla, former Loreto Convent faculty and Editor CNS, said: "The study had five indicators: How many female journalists, compared to their male colleagues, got news stories with their by-lines published on front page of English newspapers; how many front-page
news headlines carried names of female news-makers compared to those featuring male news-makers; how many female experts were quoted in the news on front-page
compared to those featuring male experts; how many women were featured in the front-page
news content as compared to men; and how many photographs of women were there on front-page
as compared to those of men.
Swaraj further charged the Congress Party of creating unnecessary publicity stunts in order to make front-page
But another front-page
story aroused, if not my anger, at least my curiosity.
When the editorial staff was informed of plans for the front-page
ad, about 100 employees signed a petition protesting the decision, according to Reuters.
The New York Times has begun selling front-page
display ads, a first forthe paper.
Staffers were alerted to this first-ever front-page
ad by editor Arnie Robbins.
girls; women journalists in American culture and fiction, 1880-1930.