Today's strengths, tomorrow's success
The need for effective editing grows even more critical as journalism moves online. Great Web presentations keep online readers coming back. However, the damage done by a flawed story goes global in an instant. Top editors share their advice on how to create a copy desk that allows a newsroom to be at its best.
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- Eight things editors can do to uphold editing (PDF)
- Do-it-yourself training ideas (PDF)
Putting content firstMerrill Perlman, director of copy desks, The New York Times