Parts of a Newspaper

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Parts of a NewspaperLayout, typical features and technical termsSome or all of these may be found on the front pages of newspapers.Box-out - A small part of the page, shaded in a different colour.By-line - he name of the reporter, if they are important is often included at the beginning of the feature, rather than at the end, or not at all.Caption - typed text under photographs explaining the image.Credits - the author of a feature may be given credit in the form of a beeline. Photographs may have the name of the person who took them or the agency that supplied them alongside them.Crosshead - this is a subheading that appears in the body of the text and is centred above the column of text. If it is se to one side then it is called a side-head.Exclusive - this means that newspaper and no one else solely cover the story. The paper will pay their interviewees, buying the st

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