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Add
fresh copy to be added to an already written story
advance
a pre-event story, a preliminary story
agate
very small type, (5-6 pt) used for statistics
AMs
morning newspapers
angle
phase or part of the story, perspective of a story
art
any newspaper illustration
banner
headline extending across an entire page; streamer
Bank
part of a headline; also called a deck
beat
organizations, entites a reporter is assigned
attribution
identifying the source of a story, part of a story
blind lead
person identifed in the lead but named later in story
boil
drastic reduction in size of a news story
body
main part of news story follows lead
bold face
a darker, heavier version of a type face
box
a story that is enclosed in rules or borders
by-line
author's name at the top of a story
brief
short news story, usually two or three paragraphs
break
point at which story must be carried to another page
cold type
electronically and photographically produced body
copy
anything that is written for publication
caps
capital letters, upper case letters
cut
to delete something from a story or story from a page
clip
an article taken from another publication
cutlines
idenification of subjects and action in a photo
cropping
editing a photo to exclude unwanted portions
down style
style that tends to avoid capitalization in headlines
dupe
duplicate, photocopy or carbon copy of anything
deck
lines of type in a headline
dingbat
decorative bit of type used to divide units of type in a column
double truck
two adjacent newspaper pages made up as one
drop
smaller headline below a streamer or banner on same story
dummy
a miniaturized, rough mock-up for a newspaper page
follow
also called folo or second day story
ear
upper right and left hand corners of newspaper front page
feature
news story that plays up background, color of an event
filler
brief story used to fill in around a longer story
flag
the newspaper's name on the editorial page
folio
a page number
font
a complete assortment of type of a particular design
FYI
for your information
hold
to delay the use of a story
hole
something missing from a story, essential fact, blank spot on a page
halftone
photo negative screened with a dot structure
galley
metal tray to hold metal type
HTK
headline to come
hot type
type set by use of melted metal process
insert
a paragraph or sentence to be inserted into a story
jump
break a story from one page to another
kill
do not use a story or advertisment
lead
first of first several paragraphs of a news story
linage
total number of lines of advertising
masthead
statement of ownership, location of offices, etc. in first four pages
localize
to emphasize the local angle of a news story
legman
reporter who covers news but does not write it
morgue
newspaper library or reference collection and files
must
an instruction that a story must run
new journalism
reporting approach emphasing colorful, involved reporting
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