What Are the Parts of a Newspaper Layout?

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There are several parts to a newspaper layout. A few are Identity tags, nameplate, headlines and special headlines are just a few. You can visit .
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In general, there are 14 parts of a newspaper. A newspaper layout is a sections included in the newspaper. The 14 sections include the international section, the politics section, the city name, the business section, the technology section, the science section, the health section, the sports section, the entertainment section, the weather, the obituaries, a cover page, and the table of contents. Newspapers are usually put together on a grid. These grids are based on the number of different columns that will appear on the paper. Common grid sizes are four column, five column, six column, and eight column.
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