Recent Examples of copy editor from the Web
In 2012, the Post laid off two-thirds of its copy editors.
Next door, Mary Lynne Vellinga, communications director for Mayor Darrell Steinberg, and her husband Tim Kirn, who is a copy editor at The Bee, got inspired, too.
Farris covered features, sports and news, worked as a copy editor, and then spent three years as a city government reporter before covering the court system.
Reporters aren’t the only ones who need copy editors.
His mother, Gladys, worked as a copy editor at the New York Times.
Audrey, who serves as the magazine's copy editor, said the teens are aware of the magnitude of the national debate unfolding on school safety.
This week’s contestant is copy editor Dawnthea Price.
Carolyn Hax started her advice column in 1997, after five years as a copy editor and news editor at The Washington Post and none as a therapist.
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First Known Use of copy editor
COPY EDITOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of copy editor for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to prepare a book, newspaper, etc., for printing by making sure the words are correct
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