managing editor

  1. the editor in charge of all editorial activities of a newspaper or magazine
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  • It is quite obvious that no matter how perfect our initial Approval process there will be a period of finding "errata" that needs either "copy editing" by the Approval Managing Editor or "re-approving" via the same approval process. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • From 1953 he was assistant to the managing editor, serving as media organiser for the Perth Commonwealth Games and for early tours to the promising mineral regions of the north-west.
  • As assistant managing editor for copy at the St. Petersburg Times, she sits in on news meetings.
  • She eventually capitulated to Thayer's insistence that she take on the managing editorship of his magazine.
  • Would she herself end up like that, if she achieved her ambition of becoming the managing editor of a magazine?
  • Someday, millions of Americans will be drinking their own urine, says Robert Roy Britt, managing editor.
  • The color deadline, the first major one of our production, snuck up on us and my managing editor, chief designer, and yours truly had no choice but to take over and get it done.
  • Craig Matters, one of the highest-ranking editors at Fortune, another Time Inc. magazine, will take over at Money, with the title managing editor. Reflector - Latest Headlines from The Daily Reflector
  • His insistence that he be managing editor, as well as on-camera news reader, however, seems historically ironic.
  • Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie offers a new introduction, calling this stage in Hellboy's career "the turning point, in every way," and director Guillermo Del Toro's intro is republished here as well. October 2009
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