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Byline

In journalism, the text usually immediately below the headline giving the name, company and/or position of an article's writer.
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Why, then, was I never able to hurtle my eyeballs through the bylined columns Greenfield wrote for Newsweek and The Washington Post?
Perhaps her bylined writing was where she channeled whatever insecurity she may have felt as a woman who came up in a man's world.
This destination site features the latest bands via streaming music with complementary music downloads, upcoming tour dates, links to participating music sites and bylined artist content from Spin magazine.
Silverman's presentation, Congress delegates will receive a copy of his bylined article - entitled "The Missing Link" - which is scheduled to appear in the upcoming issue of Global ID Magazine.
Cooper Iverson Marketing was honored with two Mark of Excellence awards in the categories of ongoing campaign, high technology and writing, bylined article.
Previously, Gales operated his own consulting practice, Ron Gales Editorial Services, where he produced a range of materials including bylined feature articles and op-eds, press kit materials and press releases, marketing communications pieces and newsletters.