This glossary of newspaper terms was developed to increase the understanding
of the terms and acronyms that may be unique to the newspaper industry.
Mar 21, 2016 ... Learn what all the newsaper terms mean. Centerspread, Put to Bed. Tagline.
Newsprint. Sidebar. Widow. Web Press. Many more...
Newspaper Terms. Technology terms, designated with an asterick (*), have been
included with traditional newspaper terms and defined below. Specialized ...
Term for written publicity or special-interest news sent to a newspaper for ...
Formal statement of newspaper's name, officers, place of publication and other ...
Bug, Another term for a sig or logo used to label a story; often indented into the
text. .... Ear, Text or graphic elements on either side of a newspaper's flag.
The following glossary contains more than 500 definitions of terms about ... back
bench: American term for senior production journalists on a newspaper.
Ad: Abbreviation for advertisement. AP: Abbreviation for Associated Press, a wire
service (see Wire Service). Beat: A particular subject, such as the fire or police ...
Sep 18, 2013 ... What we do know is that gazette predates the word newspaper by ... In 1901, the
term tabloid was being used to describe newspapers that ...
Dec 24, 2015 ... As with all aspects of genealogical research, there are terms unique to
newspapers that you may be unaware of. Understanding what they ...
Ads (and to a much lesser extent, subscriptions) pay the costs of operating a
newspaper. Synonyms for newspaper are paper and rag (this is a disparaging