What goes on the front page of a newspaper?
The most important things go on the front page, in the view of the Editor. It is usually a major new, news item, but the priorities for one newspaper are not necessarily those of another. (This was flagged for improvement: I have retained the first sentence but qualified it by adding the words "in the view..." onwards; and deleted a puerile comment that followed it.)
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parts of a newspaper. Layou,typical features and technical terms. these are the list to be found on the front page cover of a news paper. 1. box-out. 2. by-line. 3. capti…on/s. 4. credits. 5. crosshead. 6. exclusive. 7. feature. 8. headline. 9. kikcer. 10. lead story. 11. lure. 12. masthead. 13. menu. 14. pugs. 15. secondary lead. 16. sidebar. 17. splash. 18. spread. 19. standfirst. 20. strapline. 21. tag
There are several parts to the front page of a newspaper. Some ofthese parts are, skybox, ear, byline, lead, columns, headline,dates, index, and photos.
The articles the editor the newspaper thinks are most important are put on the first (front) page and the subject of the most important among these is in the big title (headli…ne) at the top of the first page. Traditional newspapers (not tabloids) are folded in the middle such that the top half of the first page is on top. The most important articles are on the top half so they will be seen on newsstands. Another common phrase is "above the fold," meaning an article on the top half of the front page. a front page is a part of the news paper where you can find the main news for that day.
they have short paaragraphs and have photos ad there are lots of very undetailed text in it
a title on it with big writting lots of writting lots of pictures
well it actually isn't in the front its in the back of the newspaper!!!!
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Maybe you could try bright, fun colors or make the headline attractive by making the first couple of words interesting. Ex. Massacre at L.A.!
this page is where you can find the headline that is written in bold letters.
nameplate ears folio line cut credit line column headline streamer or banner byline cut line fold Editorial Page Entertainment Page Obituary Class…ified Ads Business News Sports Page Inamaw Binuang
its designed to intregue the readers intrest
newspaper starts from front page thats what makes it important
One is able to find a summary of the front page of a national newspaper at several online locations such as the following: NPR, BBC, Nation Time, and Info Please.
If you are referring to a printed newspaper, the front page often has two parts: what is placed "above the fold" and then the rest of the front page (this refers to the fact t…hat most newspapers are folded in half, and the "above the fold" story is what your eyes would see first if you were walking by a news-stand). The "above the fold" or top part of the newspaper contains the biggest headline and it is generally the most important story of the day. The front page is where a newspaper places the stories it believes the most readers will find important or interesting. You will generally see one big story with a big headline, and then on the rest of the page, some photos and smaller headlines with stories that are not as important as the one that was placed above the fold. Each day, the featured stories on page 1 will vary. As I write this, it is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and most of the newspapers I saw featured a front-page story about local people remembering where they were and how they heard the news of the president's death. But on other days, the lead story might be about politics; or about some important community leader; or about some natural disaster like a hurricane or flood; or even about the death of a famous person (like a pope or a queen or a major celebrity like Michael Jackson). There are usually about four or five stories on page 1, but that too will vary, depending on how much news there was that day.
It's impossible to answer this question, because each city and each state (assuming you are discussing the United States) would have had different front page stories every day…. The front page is where the day's biggest news stories (both local and national) are placed; so without knowing more about which part of the country, I can't provide you with what was on the front page. But as far as big national stories in 2002, these are some that made front page news: Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and then killed in Pakistan by terrorists. The US government established the Department of Homeland Security. Houston, TX mother Andrea Yates was found guilty of murdering her five children. Two suspects were finally arrested in the "Beltway Sniper" case, in which ten people were randomly killed in and around Washington DC. Former US President Jimmy Carter made a visit to Cuba, where he spoke with Fidel Castro-- the first time a US president had visited Cuba since Castro came to power in 1959. And the New England Patriots won the Superbowl, defeating the St. Louis Rams 20-17.
Newspapers have pages like a book-the front page is the first page