editorial department

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the department of a publishing business that edits material for publication

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He graduated to malting blueprints in the art department and then moved into the editorial department. In 1955, he moved to Four Star Pictures, where he helped Bernie Burton run the editorial department.
In the editorial department, I had a chance to work side by side with the publication's editors, as did Janelle A.
Al would be the publisher and concentrate on sales, while Charles would oversee the editorial department.
Jeffrey Wood, the publication's vice president and executive editor, will continue assisting the editorial department but will focus increasingly on special projects.
The editorial department was skeptical, and the art department didn't really seem to wage an opinion other than this sounded like a challenge--which most likely resulted in booze in the office.
The Eagle editorial department uses an e-mail database to solicit reader opinions.
Firms making efforts like UCG go a long way to derail that type of thinking and help the editorial department believe it's really a key part of the team.
''We are undergoing a re-organization and restructuring of our editorial department. As a result, a number of positions have been affected or no longer fitted into the structure,'' SCMP spokeswoman Swee Lynn Chong told Kyodo News.
For clarification, call the Editorial Department at (319) 364-6167.
The remainder will be from the website Guardian Unlimited and the editorial department of The Observer.
In February, Hawaii Business' editorial department received a list of companies that either were new or displaced from past Top 250 compilations.
Betts was known for making waves in the editorial department during her tenure.
It was precisely this group of liberal-left professionals, completely out of touch with the prevailing opinions in Calgary itself, he said, who had ensconced themselves in the editorial department, insisting that their "seniority" gave them immunity from change.