editorially editorially  /ˌɛ də ˈtɔ ri ə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) by means of an editorial

Usage(s):

  1. Only a handful of newspapers bothered to remark editorially on his passingthe ultimate slight to a journalist whose caustic style enlivened his times.
  2. Take NRC Next, which editorially is a mixed bag of analysis and fun.
  3. Publisher John and Women's Editor Anna made the paper editorially pro-Administration, financially healthier.

News

  • Email letters, June 6,  2013

    Kudos to The Daily Sentinel for editorially criticizing the misguided partisan recall effort targeting Democratic Colorado Senate President John Morse (“Morse recall effort is decidedly off target,” June 5) for supporting Colorado’s reasonable new “gun laws.”
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Daily Sentinel

Quotes

  1. "Now is the time to integrate our online video sites editorially with our broadcast business as mass-market channels in their own right and drive the advertising opportunity from that proven consumer demand," said Grade.
    on Nov 4, 2008 By: Michael Grade Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "Two daily newspapers, competing editorially in the city of Detroit. That's the bottom line of today's transactions. Detroit is the winner here, and Gannett is proud we were able to make this happen," said Gannett CEO Craig Dubow.
    on Aug 3, 2005 By: Craig Dubow Source: USA Today

  3. Mr Alton said in a statement: "It has been an immense privilege to edit the Observer and work with such a brilliant team. For the best part of 10 years, this has been the time of my life. The Observer is in fantastic shape, editorially and...
    on Oct 24, 2007 By: Roger Alton Source: guardian.co.uk

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