Writing for a magazine is perhaps one of the best feelings that anyone can ever experience. Think of it like writing for a newspaper company except you are going to be more relaxed as the deadlines are not that pressured as magazines only get published once a month. With the trend transitioning from print to digital, it is more important than ever that the content being produced and written should be relevant to their target audience. After all, if not for them, who else are they writing it for? Unlike the news however, the content found in magazines are not a mix of current issues, with business reports and sports news.
How to Cite a Newspaper Article in APA
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Writing a Newspaper Article
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Published on November 5, by Jack Caulfield. Revised on December 21, An APA Style newspaper citation includes the author, the publication date, the headline of the article, and the name of the newspaper in italics. Print newspaper citations include a page number or range; online newspaper citations include a URL.