print column

print column

A column of data on a printed report that may be subtotaled or totaled. Print columns are the heart of a report writer's description.
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Times expands 'DealBook': The New York Times said earlier this month that it has added more reporters and features to its "DealBook" franchise, a print column, web site section and e-mail newsletters that focus on business mergers and acquisitions, private equity, hedge funds and regulation.
She also had a print column in Standart daily in 2002/05.
While at EW, Ausiello penned a weekly print column for the magazine and a companion blog on EW.
This news organization regularly covers media news--we have a weekly print column and a weekly e-newsletter dedicated to it--and we even report on our direct competitors (and they sometimes report on us).
Or if a print column is edited for length, we may refer to the longer version online.
Best Print Column (small), Sylvester Brown, Take Five
In her first print column in the Winter 2001 edition on stands now, sheadvises inquiring readers to get pre-nuptial agreements (she should know
Toddi was an associate editor at BusinessWeek magazine for 11 years where she became the first woman columnist there when she created and wrote a popular and well-respected print column called HERS.
com first began in March 2006 as Deadline Hollywood Daily, the Internet version of Nikki Finke's long-running LA Weekly "Deadline Hollywood" print column.
Each week, he contributes a print column, an online column, an online video and a popular daily blog, "Pogue's Posts.