Examples of cover story in a Sentence
The magazine recently did a cover story on diabetes.
Recent Examples of cover story from the Web
Jen Gann’s New York Magazine cover story weaves reporting and personal essay together in a form that is pure, moving, informative, and true.
In the ’00s, message boards and commenting communities were where people engaged in vicious personal arguments (two years after the blue hat saga, a New York cover story detailed the toxic culture of comments on a Brooklyn real estate website).
Last week, before the Weinstein scandal opened up the floodgates, Les Inrockuptibles, a French indie weekly magazine, dedicated a cover story to Bertrand Cantat.
The leaders at Sports Illustrated didn’t initially conceive of Reiter’s piece as a cover story.
December 24, 2017 —There’s no denying that this week’s cover story by staff writer Eoin O’Carroll is a fun read.
Nilsson became a household name after LIFE magazine published the April 30, 1965, cover story Drama Of Life Before Birth, a photo essay that introduced LIFE’s large audience to color images documenting the growth of the human embryo.
Brian is an incredible underwater photographer, who has done four cover stories for National Geographic Magazine on different shark species.
In their joint cover story for the December 2017 issue of Vanity Fair, J.Lo and A-Rod (a.k.a.
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COVER STORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cover story for English Language Learners
: an important story or article that is the main subject shown on the cover of a magazine
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