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II.PUBLIC RELATION JOB:EDITING
Editing
is the process of selecting and preparing
language,
images,
sound video,
filmthrough processes of 
correction,
condensation,
organization, and
other modifications in various mediaEditing is a practice that includes
creative skills, human relations
,and a
 precise set of methods
.A person who edits is called an
editor.
 Senior executive editors are responsible for developing a productto its final release.At newspapers and wire services, editors write headlines and work on more-substantive issues, such as
accuracy,
fairness and
tasteIn some positions, they design pages and select news stories
 
Print media
There are various editorial positions in publishing.
 junior editorial assistants reporting to the senior-leveleditorial staff 
directors who report to senior executive editors
executive editor/editor-in-chief (responsible for the contentof the publication/the publication standards for  performance/develops and maintains the publication budget/strategic and operational planning)
editor at large/contributing editor 
sub-editor 
copy editor/manuscript editor: performs the tasks of readyingthe copy for conversion into printed form: making formattingchanges and other improvements to text
 production editor (lay out of the publication)
make-up editor/design editor/news designer 
sponsoring editor 
acquisitions editor/commissioning editor (recruiting authors)
symposium editor/volume editor 
department editor 
managing editor (assistant/deputy managing editor (themanaging editor is often second in line after the top editor)
news editor, who oversees the news desks
 photo or picture editors
section editors: business, features, sports, etc
editorial page editor; oversees the coverage on the editorial page
o
it includes chairing the editorial board and assigningeditorial writing responsibilities.
 
o
may also oversee the
op-ed 
page (
opposite theeditorial page
(though often believed to be abbreviatedfrom
opinion-editorial: newspaper
article thatexpresses the opinions of a named writer who is usuallyunaffiliated with the newspaper's editorial board. Theseare different from
editorials
which are usually unsignedand written by editorial board members)
top editor/
editor in chief 
 
executive
readers' editors
, sometimes known as the
ombudsman
, whoarbitrate complaints
wire editor: chooses and edits articles from variousinternational wire services, and is usually part of the copydesk 
administrative editors (perform duties such as
recruiting 
and
directing training 
)
Film editor: connecting shots to form a sequence then anentire movie
Script editor: works with the screenwriter and producer of television dramas and comedies
Literary editor: in a newspaper or similar, deals with reviewsor literary criticism
Sound editor: prepares the sound mixing a TV program or film
Picture editor/photo editor, collects and reviews photographsand/or illustrations for publication
As a
computer program
:
Character editor: for editing characters in computer games
Digital audio editor: for editing audio data
Graphics editor: for creating and manipulating visualimages
Raster graphics editor, for editing pictures in bitmap or raster format

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