A line of copy that identifies the writer of a story
A bylined article expressing the opinions of the writer, usually signed, and appearing on the editorial page; vertical section of printed copy in a publication
A short article that expresses opinions on a topic. By strict definition, an editorial expresses the official opinion of the newspaper and so doesn’t have a byline.
A section of the newspaper reserved for editorials and various other pieces that contain opinion rather than objective reporting
A statement of the position of the newspaper on various editorial issues, such as whose viewpoint the editorials represent, how the newspaper handles letters to the editor, how monies from ads will be handled, etc.
A statement printed in all editions of a newspaper, generally on the editorial page, identifying pertinent information about the publication, such as name, publisher, editor, and staff members