verb (used with object), by·lined, by·lin·ing.
Related formsun·by·lined, adjective
Examples from the Web for byline
Tracie Egan Morissey, who gets the byline for “Disney Dudes' Dicks,” slammed the “makeover.”Full Frontal Disney: Feminism's Nudity Double Standard|Emily Shire|August 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was egotistical even as a child, it is noted, infatuated with the sight of his name on a rubber stamp and later as a byline.
Politico posted a condensed version of the brief, and I shared the byline with Ilya.
Her byline later appeared on a blog post about how people could apply in the new exchanges.
What was the deal with this rather stunning accusation—presented without a byline—of anti-Semitism at the vaunted magazine?
A byline meant that a caption directly under the headline would proclaim: “By Elda Hunt.”
You see, there was no byline on the story and they said, "Who wrote the story?"Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Our newspaper ran an article by me or I got a byline on it stating this in general which I have stated today.Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
If she proved herself competent, she would take over the column entirely and get the byline.Helpfully Yours|Evelyn E. Smith
But as he gave the story to a copy reader who would write the headline, he said: “Give her a byline.”