editorship editorship  /ˈɛ də tər ˌʃɪp/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the position of editor

Usage(s):

  1. He resigned his editorship, planned a long rest.
  2. Perhaps but what sets magazine editorship apart from almost every other profession is that its most famous practitioners are almost all women.

News

  • The Dawn Of A New Day: Welcome to CLOWNFISTER

    It's finally here. After many, many long seconds of development, I'm proud to introduce you to Deadspin's very own boutique spinoff site: CLOWNFISTER. I won't lie: I'm a bit scared. SO SCARED. This is all very exciting, but overwhelming too, just like when I went to that one Coldplay concert! When Craggs told me that I could create my own Kinja post in three seconds and have sole editorship over ...
    on July 22, 2013     Source: Deadspin

Quotes

  1. Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor, said: "There is clearly a demand in the US for the Guardian perspective on global news and comment. Under the editorship of the talented political commentator and journalist Michael Tomasky, Guardian America...
    on Oct 23, 2007 By: Alan Rusbridger Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "I was very familiar and admiring of Dan Koshland long before joining Berkeley because of his brilliant editorship of Science," said UC Chancellor Robert Birgeneau. "In my three years here as chancellor, he played the role of both friend and...
    on Jul 24, 2007 By: Robert Birgeneau Source: UC Berkeley

  3. Several attempts to stabilise operations at the Indy ensued, but as Andrew Marr, who became editor in 1996, recalled in his book My Trade: "The editorship of the Independent in 1996 was less a poisoned chalice than a pint glass of lukewarm ricin....
    on Mar 25, 2010 By: Andrew Marr Source: Media Week

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