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Investigative journalists. Columnists. Editorial writers. Photojournalists and news camerapersons. Editorial cartoonists. Editors. Copyeditors. Proofreaders. S. newspapers. Major Canadian newspapers. 4. The World of Magazine Publishing 39 The editorial staff. Salary and employment outlook. Page viii 5. The World of Book Publishing 54 Trade book publishers. Children's book publishers. Paperback publishers. Textbook publishers. Book clubs. Small presses. University presses. Religious presses. Salary and employment outlook.
The editor who assigns stories to reporters may have the title of city editor, news editor, or managing editor. The managing editor or editor in chief is usually at the top of the editorial hierarchy and is the one who oversees the day-today operation, guiding the direction he or she wishes the newspaper to take. He or she often writes several editorials each week, setting the style and tone of the newspaper. In addition, he or she may select personnel. As you can see, managing editors must possess both editorial and management skills.
The delegates who drafted the Constitution remembered how the injustices of the British Crown had been revealed to the public through the press and how the press had stirred revolutionary feelings in the colonists. They realized that the press was at least partially responsible for arousing enough intensity and emotion to prompt the colonists to take action. One statesman who understood the importance of a free press was Thomas Jefferson. In 1787, he wrote to his friend, Carrington: I am persuaded that the good sense of the people will always be found to be the best army.