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- n. Alternative spelling of editorialization.
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I'd advise them two things: Clean up the subscribe and play application, but mainly better editorialisation and ratings, old record i know:
I'm sorry if this view offends anyone, but the small-town mentality, the self-serious posturing and the patronising editorialisation of news reports were all too obvious in both the NT and Herald.
The traditionally difficult to engage age range of 18 - 24 year olds respond to content online more than any other age range - 7% higher desire for brands to offer more editorialisation
With the BBC's appointment of a Middle East 'Editor' a few years ago, it was perhaps inevitable that audiences would experience some form of 'editorialisation', or, at the very least, an element of interpretation of the facts to provide a deeper level of analysis.
Secondly, you can't add your own comment anymore, so on the website mini-editorialisation is over for now.
Secondly, you can't add your own comment anymore, so on the website mini-editorialisation is over for now. jarring.
Mssr Jackson, please refrain from such sweeping editorialisation in the future.