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Synonyms for dateline

an imaginary line on the surface of the earth following (approximately) the 180th meridian

a line at the beginning of a news article giving the date and place of origin of the news dispatch

mark with a date and place

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Countries are free to choose whether the dateline passes to the east or west, and Samoa's decision will mean all new maps will need to change.
The Democrat-Gazette recently stopped placing datelines on stories based on where the story took place regardless of whether reporters were on-scene.
Now, Democrat-Gazette stories get datelines if a reporter wasn't there and a byline isn't warranted, Fellone said.
At the Southwest Morning-News in Fort Smith, datelines are only given when a reporter was on scene, said Executive Editor Byron Tate.
But datelines may be more of a professional pet peeve than an issue readers understand or care about.
I've never had a reader say 'word one about datelines," said Fellone.
It raises the question: Do readers really care about datelines, bylines, stringers and such, or is this just one of those industry family feuds best left in the kitchen?
In 1996, a federal court jury ruled that Connections USA had been defrauded by the long distance carrier when Sprint failed to bill many callers of the company's pay-per-call dateline service.
I refer to the unfair usage of "Van Nuys" as the dateline in reporting news from the Van Nuys courts.