What Does a Newspaper Editor Do?

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A newspaper editor is a person tasked with the editorial functionalities of a newspaper. Since most newspapers have various editorial sections, then usually, the paper will have an editor for each sections such as sports editor and business editor with each of them reporting to the chief editor/editor-in-chief. The chief editor has the final authority on the content to be published.
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Newspaper journalists such as news editor research and write stories for publication in local, regional and national press. They cover many topics, including news, politics, culture, sport and science.
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