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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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* India had maximum female journalists getting news stories with their by-lines (30%) published on front page of English newspapers compared to their male colleagues followed by Sri Lanka 15%, Pakistan 9.5%, Nepal 3.5%% and Bangladesh 0%.
(2) By then, she had a job in the heart of the major-league baseball universe, New York City, with a by-line under her column "From the Feminine Viewpoint," in the New York Journal-American.
His next fall, his next poor result, and a voracious press pack will pounce in a frenzied blur of laptops and by-lines to paw his fragility.
"A stack of Herald by-lines may well be all I leave behind me, when I die, and the memories, thrills, sorrows and experiences they encompass are a source of infinite satisfaction to me," he wrote in 1995 in a letter to Knight Ridder CEO Tony Ridder, warning his top boss about the detrimental long-term effects of newsroom cuts.
"How Great Researchers Get By-lines, Get Paid, and Get Medicine in Trouble"
1904a 'River park will be attractive' No By-Lines May 6, Obtained courtesy of the Assiniboine Park Zoo office from the zoo archives
The two have published numerous articles that have alternately targeted scientific and literary audiences (you can usually tell which by the arrangement of their by-lines).
William Garland's absolutely triumphant 1932 Olympic Games resulted in a well-spring of research articles, contemporary journalist by-lines and nostalgic remembrances many years later, especially during the second Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1984.
Who wants to read the ghosted pap appearing under the by-lines of under-performers Andrew Strauss and Matthew Hoggard, plus the thoughts of Ian Bell and Geraint Jones?
Hodgson said: "I like wingers who hit by-lines and put crosses in.
Other incentives are easily added, including reduced wholesale prices on products, first offers of new products and research protocols for the best practitioners, promotion to the leadership team for a given product, by-lines in publications of research results and a variety of awards for quantity of product used, quality of research, number of subjects participating, number of research protocols underway, and so on.
We have no by-lines. We are the silent villains or the unsung heroes of the journalists' world.