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News paper annotation

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an analysis of the guradians front cover

an analysis of the guradians front cover

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  • 1. Skyline: This panel tells the reader about what is happening in another section of the paper. It is to tempt readers into the newspaper Masthead: Themasthead is a specially designed logo that shows the name of the newspaper Byline: Sometimes the writer’s job title or where they are writing from is included. Staff writers are always credited Standfirst: a standfirst is used to add detail that was not included in the headline Caption: gives a brief description of a photograph or graphic. Often they include the photographer’s name Use of colour: Every page of the guardian is printed in colour, though pictures can still appear in black and white. There is a double page photograph in the centre of every issue. No other national newspaper uses full colour Bodytext: the main body of the news story. Often the only part written by the reporter. This text is the Guardian’s standard body text. The font is eight point Guardian Egyptian Turn: Often front page stories continue elsewhere in paper Edition stars: different editions per night. One star means the first edition