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Journalism The correction of various errors on a final copy or ‘proof’; copy-editing is the responsibility of a work’s publisher and addresses grammatical, semantic, syntactic, and typographic errors; errors of content are the responsibility of the work’s author(s)
Molecular biology See Proof-reading
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My survey results showed, however, that by 1999, the opposite was true: respondents who were assumed to do the most editing (editors and writer-editors) were most likely to edit electronically, whereas peer-editing and non-editing writers were much more loyal to hard copy editing.
Yorke retired from the Washington Times in March 2000 after 53 years of reporting, writing and copy editing for the Times, the Washington Daily News and the Evening Star, while also contributing occasional coverage of steeplechase racing to The Washington Post.
I will continue to do some writing, copy editing, and photography for Solutions
It offers check-in and check-out of content, simultaneous work flow between layout and editorial departments, copy editing at the page stage, content and layout change alerting, work-flow routing, status tracking, version control, galley or WYSIWYG editing mode, redlining, change tracking, and inline notes.
Corbitt); "'Still Shocking, But No Longer Surprising': The Anomaly Paradox in Newspaper Coverage of the 1997-1998 School Shootings" (Russell Frank); "Creating New Value for Copy Editing Instruction in the Curriculum and the University" (Ann E.
A good story editor does not want to concern herself with copy editing and vice versa.
In his new position, he will be responsible for the copy editing, headlines and editorial production of HFN.
Special thanks to Marcia Wynne Deering, whose dedicated volunteer work in copy editing and formatting this issue has done so much to make it possible.
Williams' review of John Lankford's book included an error introduced in Journal copy editing.
The libraries-as-publishers scenario greatly underestimates the intellectual and other labor that goes into print publishing--soliciting manuscripts, working with authors, editing, copy editing, marketing, etc.
Mary Beth Protomastro, 37, the newsletter's editor, publisher, owner and copy maven extraordinaire, works with one assistant in her Manhattan office compiling items of interest to people who closely follow the evolution of copy editing rules.
Last year, she left her copy editing job at a publishing company to work at home as a freelance editor and writer.