. The editor-in-chief oversees all of the assistant, or department, editors of a publication and ensures that each issue is released on time. Most editors-in-chief worked up to this top position by starting out as writers, then working as assistant or managing editors.
The editor-in-chief is responsible for hiring, especially of the assistant editors. With the assistant editors, the editor-in-chief creates the editorial board, or outline, for each of the publications' editions or issues. The editor-in-chief reviews all articles and photographs for accuracy as well as potential libel or slander, and provides suggestions, if needed, about any changes to make before the publication goes to press or is released digitally. Layouts and design need approval by the editor-in-chief. In the end, the editor-in-chief has the final word about which stories and photos get published.
The editor-in-chief meets regularly with the publisher or publication board to discuss issues, plans and other business relating to the publication. The editor-in-chief has the responsibility of drawing up budget proposals and any other information requested by the publisher.
The editor-in-chief generates ideas for new ways of doing things, such as using new technology, implementing ways to increase readership and how to utilize new media. Tough problems are often handled by the editor-in-chief, and advice about editorial issues is also provided.
Whenever a social function happens, the editor-in-chief is the publication's representative, and some travel can be required.
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