Tuesday, January 31, 2006


Bomb kills five Turks in U.S. air base city
A bomb exploded Monday at a Turkish-American friendship association in a southern city that hosts a U.S. air base, wounding five Turkish citizens, authorities said.

Abandoned baby wanted by hundreds
The Odilion Behrens Municipal Hospital had received more than 100 offers to adopt the infant, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Please, read the story before you write the hed. Questions?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of math and reading skills, I direct your attention to the yesterday's (Jan 30) edition of amNew York(sic).

On page 24, an in-house promo ad says advertisers can count on amNew York's 1,019,326 readers.

Some 14 pages later, another in-house promo touts the magazine's 908,300 readers.

Editors on holiday, or pasties are grabbing promos out of a box to fill odd holes on pages.

10:15 AM, January 31, 2006  
Blogger melissa angle said...

I'd be surprised if they're still pasting up. but honestly, how often, as a copy editor do you read ads? And if we're going to read and edit them do we limit it to house ads? How do those fixes get made at 10 p.m. anyway? Do readers differentiate between ads and editorial content? Not that I don't get what you're saying, just some related questions.

1:25 PM, January 31, 2006  
Blogger fev said...

Kudos to Nicole for a sharp new blog, by the way. It's for designers, but since she's been such a good advocate for rimrat interests on the design side, I hope some of us can return the favor.

10:36 PM, January 31, 2006  
Blogger melissa angle said...

Aww. Fred, that's nice.

For those of you interested in more information...

I'm a regional director for the Society of News Design. My region is officially No. 3, which is the southeast U.S. That's Louisana and Arkansas east to the coast and Tennessee and North Carolina south through Florida. If any of are interested in what the society can do for you, are moving to my region or looking to move to my region, I'd be happy to answer questions or point you in the right direction.

1:19 PM, February 01, 2006  

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