Apply this test: Would you turn your head to see the sight you're describing in the anecdotal lede
? Would you cross the street to see it?
Speaking to Khaleej Times, 67-year- old Abdul Mothalab, who is a revered figure among the Rohingya refugees in the Lede
area of Cox's Bazar, said Suu Kyi is still the only hope for his suffering people.
The Los Angeles Times' "Top of the Ticket" blog merely cited the "Lede
" item, although it noted the L.A.
is legitimate usage if you choose to agree with Richard Weiner in his Webster's New World Dictionary of Media and Communications (Macmillan, 1996), where the variant term is defined as "the correct, original spelling (though it is rarely used) for lead, as used in journalism.
Wat my verder ontstel, is dat baie vroulike lede
van die parlement stilbly.
A pagination system, for example, could be told to pull the lede
and nut graf from the Sunday Starr/Lewinsky/Clinton roundup for the last 1,473 weeks, and use them to construct a timeline to accompany today's A1 story.
Just so I don't bury the lede
, here's what the Lee earnings release says in effect: In 2000, when Pulitzer bought out its JOA partner -- the Newhouse family, incorporated for this purpose as the Herald Co.
A friend of mine in the music business read the piece and called to say how the lede
evoked in him Louis Armstrong's response to the person who'd asked for his definition of jazz: "Man, if you gotta ask, you'll never know."
For a journalist, it is imperative to get the audience's - and the editor's - attention with the lead (or lede
as it's often called, to distinguish it from a police clue or something that comes out of a pencil).
to your brief piece on Wednesday night's Clinton-Obama debate could not have stated the sorry state of that affair better.The performance of Gibson and Stephanopolous was to serious journalism as, say, Penthouse Magazine is to women's studies.
This Boston Globe lede
from the editorial page of 2/27/2K2 will prompt a prompt j'accuse from advocates of economy-class prose.