noneditorial

noneditorial

(ˌnɒnˌɛdɪˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) not relating to an editor or an editorial
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In JOAs, relationship-specific investments include the establishment of joint production facilities, distribution networks, and noneditorial staff.
News organizations have a slightly different set of standards to agree to: clearly differentiate paid placements, advertisements, and noneditorial content (such as press releases) from editorial content; and adhere to, and preferably make publicly available, a set of journalism standards or an editorial code of ethics.
Many editors teach classes and perform a host of noneditorial roles, leaving them with little time to hold our hands or write our manuscripts for us.
a business decision implemented by noneditorial staff also addresses the
The work's noneditorial nature implies that this reservoir could erupt in either nationalist violence or a tidal wave of self-determination.
In addition to IRON + LEAD + TIN yielding INORDINATELY and NONEDITORIAL, there is:
The new entity would handle both papers' noneditorial operations.
14) Dispensing with the noneditorial costs of papers, we still have the print environment's $4,000 per paper to cope with, and his calculations yield a per-paper cost of $75 for the Ginsparg high-energy physics server model.
HL and NAHJ co-founder Charlie Ericksen said the students will be exposed to the possibility of careers on both the editorial and noneditorial sides of newspapers.
parent of the Inquirer and Daily News, in the second buyout, 75 percent were noneditorial staffers.
Some AJI members working for local media have been forced to resign from their jobs or to take noneditorial positions.