editor

The person who paid for and presided over a munus. In the early years of the games, he could be a private individual, such as a magistrate; but at a later date the role was taken over by the emperor. However the emperor could also chose someone else as an editor and this was an honour they could not refuse.
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editor

[Noun] Plural form: editors. The person in charge of a newspaper, magazine or programme.
Example: My boss, the editor, wants me to re-write this article before we print the magazine.
See also: edit
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editor

[n] - a person responsible for the editorial aspects of publication
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Editor

A person who assembles and prepares materials for publication
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Editor

Ed'i·tor noun [ Latin , that which produces, from edere to publish: confer French éditeur .] One who edits; esp., a person who prepares, superintends, revises, and corrects a book, magazine, or newspaper, etc., for publication.
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editor

editor in chief noun a person responsible for the editorial aspects of publication; the person who determines the final content of a text (especially of a newspaper or magazine)
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Editor

• (n.) One who edits; esp., a person who prepares, superintends, revises, and corrects a book, magazine, or newspaper, etc., for publication.
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editor

(from the article `textual criticism`) Critical texts are edited according to conventions that vary with the type of text (classical, medieval, modern) but follow certain general ... Every publishing house has manufacturing, marketing, and accounts departments, but the heart of the business lies in the editorial function. This has ... ...
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Editor

Arranges the shots in sequence as the director has instructed, and also adds sound. Hopefully, the combination of the two gives the film a unique rhythm and structure. The editing style will be influenced by the film, moreover the cinematographer and director have to consider the editing process before and during the filming.
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Editor

An integral part of the film production team the editor is often found in the minimalist atmosphere of the cutting/editing room. A good editing job can result in a fine film production though the story and acting may qualify as mediocre. Likewise a poor editing job can result in an horrendous film though the story and acting are fine. Reputable edi...
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Editor

A user account created without administrative permissions.
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Editor

Someone who prepares material for print or broadcast.
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editor

(1) The person - usually a journalist - in charge of the editorial content and direction of a newspaper, magazine or other news outlet. (2) A person in charge of a special section of news output, e.g. sports editor, political editor etc. (3) Someone who prepares material for print or broadcast. See also news editor.
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Editor

A professional commissioned to edit (and sometimes write) articles for a publication.
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Editor

The person responsible for assembling the various parts of a media product.
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Editor

The person who edits stories for reporters before they are published.
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editor

the person who edits stories for reporters
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