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The other piece came this morning from Iain Morris, news editor at telecoms trade outlet Light Reading, who noted that early deployers of 5G in East Asia are still waiting to see results.

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Their ringleader was the magazine editor and writer Dan Okrent.

This week on Deep Tech, she joins our editor-in-chief, Gideon Lichfield, to discuss how consumers’ private data is protected in the world’s largest surveillance state.

My editors are forever asking me to take the long Twitter threads I write and turn them into articles here at FiveThirtyEight.

Hall and other editors have insisted, however, that these endorsements are not the Union-Tribune’s views.

Vicky Ward was a contributing editor to Vanity Fair for 11 years.

Her name was Courtney, and she was a fashion editor for magazines like Photoplay, Screenland, Silver Screen.

“James Woods refuses to toe the Hollyweird line,” Twitchy managing editor Lori Ziganto told The Daily Beast in an email.

The film had been with George Tomasini, the editor, and Hitch hadn't seen it in ten days.

My editor called and said, “Do a column on this Lena Dunham flap!”

He was the successor of Dr. Franklin as editor, and entered upon the business in 1763.

Thomas Barnes, principal editor of the Times newspaper, died in London, aged 56.

In the Railway Official Gazette was a column devoted to short reviews of new books which were sent to the editor.

He is celebrated as the editor of Shakspeare, and published several biographies.

For an account of their missionary work in Canada, see Editor's Introduction, vol.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to editor, such as: copyholder, copyreader, deskman, newspaperman, newspaperwoman, and proofreader.

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