from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An editor who supervises and coordinates the editorial activities of a publishing house or publication, such as a newspaper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The editor in charge of all editorial activities of a newspaper or magazine.
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- n. the editor in charge of all editorial activities of a newspaper or magazine
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As managing editor of the daily World for a number of years, afterwards of the New York Graphic, and later of the Real Estate Record and Guide, Mr. Croly won an honorable position in New York journalism.
It was taken on April 10, 2002, the day that Telemundo and NBC announced that I had joined the company as the host and managing editor of Al Rojo Vivo con Mara Celeste, and that I would be collaborating on NBC shows such as Dateline and the Today show.
He later wrote editorials for Walter Lippmann on the New York World and was for a short period managing editor of The New Yorker, before he went to Hollywood as a script writer.
“Those roads can be so dangerous at night, Mr. Swagger,” said Jim Gustofson, the managing editor of the newspaper Nikki worked for.
A fortnight later, Blowitz received from the managing editor of the Times in London a letter sixteen pages long, addressed to Printing-House Square, and entirely written and signed by Baron Holstein.
Mr. Sturgess is managing editor of the Journal of World Economics.
Nagl assumed the role of managing editor of the manual and Petraeus recruited Conrad Crane, a military historian and a former West Point classmate, to be the lead writer.
Back in Los Angeles, Marylouise informed her managing editor George Cotliar that she was involved with me.
I was hyperventilating backstage in a conference room at the Biltmore Hotel, listening to the presidents of NBC and Telemundo as they announced to the press the big news: I had been signed as the star and managing editor of a newsmagazine named after me, Al Rojo Vivo con Mara Celeste, which translates to Red Hot Live with Mara Celeste.
Mr.. Croly's social position, sustained by the ability of Mr. Croly and his prominence as managing editor of the New York World, and afterwards of the