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Advertisers’ brand suitability concerns are not limited to the editorial content against which their ads appear.
One agency executive said that it is technically possible to control creative separation through server-side ad insertion, a programmatic ad technology that stitches ads and editorial content, such as a show, together on the fly.
In past, these editorial pushes have made a real impact in not only driving people to the polls — but also in driving engagement with the brand.‘Hard to say what flips the switch’: Publishers are building voter hubs to spread information, grow engagement|Kayleigh Barber|September 8, 2020|Digiday
Condé Nast Traveler, for example, will launch an editorial program next month called The New Standard, which seeks to recognize the improvements and changes that hotels and other businesses have made to make customers feel safe.”Pivot” has been the word’: How travel publishers are navigating the coronavirus pandemic|Max Willens|August 20, 2020|Digiday
Editorial and political cartoon pages from throughout the world almost unanimously came to the same conclusion.Politicians Only Love Journalists When They're Dead|Luke O’Neil|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Elle magazine shot an editorial in September, one picture revealing a teacup pig sitting pretty by a mini Tyler Alexandra bag.Handbags: The More You Pay, The Smaller They Shrink|Elizabeth Landers|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Control Room Sook Shoot Out -- some editorial changes and some VFX muzzle flashes.
Tank Battle Jeep Guard Crush -- some editorial changes and the removal of all blood when the guards are crushed by the tank.
The IFC ended this ban last week and released a plan that the editorial board of the school newspaper has given a mixed review.
"That is the heart of the matter as it stands," said Lowell, pointing out the editorial to his chief clerk.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
He once sent an editorial-room into roars of merriment by offering to review a book upon the feeding of infants.
He haunted editorial-rooms until his presence became a burden, and he brought new agonies and humiliations upon himself.
The worst that could be said of Brodrick was that he would have liked to have it; but, under his editorial surface, he was clean.The Creators|May Sinclair
But the first paragraph Richardson has contrived to suit his editorial fiction.Samuel Richardson's Introduction to Pamela|Samuel Richardson
British Dictionary definitions for editorial
Derived forms of editorialeditorialist, nouneditorially, adverb
Cultural definitions for editorial
An article in a newspaper or magazine expressing the opinion of the editor or publisher.