Online - Online broadcasting, publications, news sources and blogs
Print - Newspapers, magazines, journals, newsletters and other publications
Radio - Newsroom for a radio station or news bureau
Television Newsroom for a television station or news bureau
Media Group - Media companies and news organisations
Media Company - Parent company of media organisation including Publishers and other Media Owners
News Agency - A company that gathers news and commercially distributes content to subscribing news organizations, such as newspapers,magazines and radio and television broadcasters
Production Company - A production team for television and radio shows.
Newspaper - A periodical containing news coverage, current affairs,finance, politics, business, sport and often includes content such as opinion, international, national or local issues and events.
Publication - Printed or electronic magazines, newsletters, journals published on a regular schedule and contain either a variety of topics or specialist content.
Station - Newsroom for a station that broadcasts news and topical programmes
News Service - A service that provides news and information
Content Creation Service - Content creation includes maintaining and updating websites, blogging, photography, videography, online commentary, the maintenance of social media accounts, and editing and distribution of digital media.
Section - Column, regular feature or microsite
Programme - A show that is broadcast on radio, television or online.
Blog - A weblog is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries.
Video Sharing Site - An online video platform (OVP), provided by a video hosting service, enables users to upload, convert, store and play back video content on the Internet.
Regional News Team - An editorial or news production team producing local content and located outside the primary editorial office
Foreign Bureau - A news bureau situated in a country other than the primary editorial office
Market Sectors are general industry descriptions applied to the media that group together related outlets into sectors. They contain industry-specific markets as well as media such as news, broadcasting and media groups that contain media owners, news agencies, publishers and networks.
Target Audience is one facet of audience demographics that we have introduced and which is required for advanced searching using criteria not available elsewhere in Agility. Agility has enabled advanced filtering to help expert communicators to select relevant target groups with more detail using these descriptions to identify more specialist consumer bases.
Editor-in-Chief - Journalist who is in charge of intake of copy and determines the final content of a text, particularly a newspaper or magazine,including Bureau Chiefs, Managing Editors, Editors-in-Chief, Editorial Managers
Digital Editor - Journalist who is in charge of intake of copy and determines online content
Commissioning Editor - Editor responsible for copy editing and managing external authors and contributors. Issues article or feature briefs to writers for publication. Also known as Acquiring Editor
Program Director - The director with responsibility for scheduling news content
Producer - The producer has responsibility for and determines the final content of a programme
Presenter - News or Magazine-based programme host/presenter/anchor/news reader
Section Editor - Journalist including News Editors, Columnists, Feature Writers and Subject specialists i.e. Science Editor or prepares news stories,information or comment for publication, including news journalists such as Assignment Editors, Sub-Editors
Foreign Correspondent Staff journalist based abroad
Letters Editor - Editor dealing with correspondence from readers
Reviewer - Journalist who writes critical appraisals of books, plays,films etc. for a newspaper or magazine
Journalist / Reporter - News journalist who specialises in particular subjects or beats, including Staff Writers, Writers, Correspondents
Editorial Assistant - Broadcast or print journalist who investigates information at the pre-production stage. Also known as Researcher in broadcast environments or Editorial Secretary
Layout Editor - Editor responsible for graphics, pictures, layout
Cartoonist - Artist who sketches satirical drawings for newspapers or magazines
Photo Journalist - Newspaper or magazine staff who deal with pictures and graphics such as the Picture Editor or other photo journalists
Stylist - Fashion stylists select and coordinate interiors, garments and accessories. In food photography, a stylist prepares the food, designs the setting and arranges it for the photographer. Stylists use products in their photo shoots and are key contacts for releases about consumer products including fashion, cosmetics, furniture, fittings, gadgets, toys, cars etc.
Program Production - Production staff who work on programme content
Management - General Manager, Office Manager, other executive personnel(Non-Editorial role)
Publisher - Person who prepares and issues newspapers and magazines(Non-Editorial role)
Freelance Journalist - A journalist who works for newspapers or magazines on a bespoke basis rather than being employed as a permanent staff journalist
Contributor - Independent expert or commentator usually offering opinion on a specific topic
Blogger - An individual diarist publishing in web format
Social Media Influencer - Authors and contributors on various social media platforms