Journalist Lingo: Part Two

Due to the popularity of my post, titled “Journalist Lingo,” I have decided to make another. Once again, I will investigate and define those tricky terms journalists hold near and dear to their hearts.

Budget: a list of pending articles for the next paper

Above the Fold: refers to a story printed on the front page, above the fold/crease of the newspaper

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Evergreen: articles that can be printed at any time, without regards to timeliness

Morgue: a storeroom or closet holding old newspapers

Double Truck layout: a design spread that covers two facing pages

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Deadlines: due dates for stories, edits and designs for the publication

Sources:

http://www.journalism.co.uk/terms-definitions-dictionary-terminology-words/s54/

http://writinghood.com/writing/52-top-journalism-terms/

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