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Auntie’s antics cause O’Leary to lose his cool

17th October, 2009

Editing. The Oxford English Dictionary says this means either preparing written material for publication ‘‘by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it’’, or preparing and arranging material for a recording or broadcast.

So by definition, it involves manipulating material so that an article or programme can be easily understood.

Without editors, newspapers would be too heavy to lift. On TV, every news item would go on for several hours. Episodes of multi-location...

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