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“In the early 60s, as a raw sub-editor, I would handle his copy quite often from the desk in London: regularly we got to talk of cricket and I remember as if it was yesterday telling him of Brian Close's epic defiance in the Lord's Test of 1963 and delighting at hearing the contented cheers sea-shelling down the crackly telephone wire from Germany.”
“I would like to submit a formal complaint against your sub-editor.”
“I am a sub-editor for a website myself and know this to be extremely hard work, but any writer that chose to use such atrocious English as that would have the book thrown at them.”
“After a stint at the evening newspaper in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, he joined the BBC as a sub-editor, writing radio news.”
“I am/wasa sub-editor who is having to check less and less as life moves online and into endless opinion.”
“I learned so much from that time that has served me well in shifting online for the second time, from sub-editor/writer to web editor.”
“If so include them, eg, swine flu, H1N1, flu, pandemic; sub-editor (UK) and copy editor (US).”
“I notice the photographer's name is Gurinder Osan, not, to be sure, a definite sign in this multicultural age, but still it might give the conscientous sub-editor a pause for thought.”
“Meanwhile, the diligent fact-checking sub-editor was also facing a new Web-first world where correct spelling, fact-checking, pun headlines and copy-fitting were becoming increasingly redundant, post-moderated or deprioritised.”
“You may not be shot for a typo but you do need to know the pitfalls – particularly if you are working for a brand – and this is perfect sub-editor territory.”
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All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
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