As for the headlines
, the sensational proclamations--they will come at the end.
It's the -- the -- Gentlemen, if you'll only pull ahead, and let me heave you the headline
, you won't have to come a-near the raft -- please do."
"One headline writer's mistake is not cause enough to close the door on an army of truly great journalists who don't write the headlines
," tweeted Julie K.
"It does not preclude me from interpreting the stories even if I just glance at the headlines
Even on the best day, the social media traffic coming into the Financial Times' website is leveraged on the headlines
written by editors trying to strike the right balance between social, search and homepage traffic.
"Please disregard the headlines
that ran on Dow Jones Newswires between 9:34 a.m.
Most people would agree the headlines
aren't the thing they dislike about click bait; it's the lack of content and delivery on the other end of the headline
All people who buy newspapers will first glance at the headlines
. Headlines impact is even wider than on those who actually buy the newspapers, since they are often displayed and glimpsed everywhere.
The research treats the headlines
as speech acts that have encoded pragmatic meanings.
Reacting to the Headlines
Today special investigation into the alleged loot of subsidies meant for fertilisers, Jayalalith also demanded a CBI inquiry into the DMK leader's alleged role in the suspected Rs 1,000 crore scam.
With a galaxy of media stars in attendance, the Headlines
Today managing editor, Rahul Kanwal, picked up one of the most prestigious honours of the evening -- the best anchor of the year -- for anchoring the daily show Centre Stage , which airs at 9 pm.
By putting the word you in about half of the headlines
, such as this one:
When I was in New York a few years ago the headlines
were of a bishop who had been accused of stealing some money.
"Obama: The Historic Front Pages" is a coffee table book chronicling Obama's rise to power through the headlines
of newspapers throughout America.