Bureau: Newspaper publication, office in a village / city other than the place of publication
Fourth Estate: Newspapers are considered as the fourth pillar in terms of democratic defense. Legislature, Newspapers are given the same importance as working papers and judiciary.
Deadline: Deadline for copying news and text.
Leader page Editorial page: A page containing front page articles, articles on the latest topics, readers
ABC (Audit Bureau of Surrealities): A government-approved mechanism for determining the official newspaper consumption figures.
Column: A column is a vertical and even section of a newspaper. There are 8 columns on a page.
Broadsheet: The size of a normal newspaper. This includes height and width.
Graphics: Recently, graphics of pictures, maps, tables are used for news highlighting from newspapers.
Feed-back: Feedback to a news or newspaper article.
Mask / head: The name of the newspaper will be published on the front page of the newspaper.
Modem: A computer-connected communication system
Must copy: A window that provides the necessary instructions. Many times this framework is in the form of apologies, revelations, new appeals.
Off-beat: Completely different news, often used as news | luman-interest story. It is possible to present a different topic than the usual news frame.
Rewrite: Instead of editing a copy of the news, make it a new revision.