All feature articles should include the following:
- A short and snappy suggested title on the first page. Example: Cable/Telco/Broadcasting: Convergence or Confusion?
- One sentence that describes what the article is about. Example: Where will broadcasters be when the dust settles?
- A brief summary (approximately three sentences long) that tells the importance of the topic covered in the article. This summary should provide just enough information to let the reader know if the article provides information that they would like to learn more about. Example: The techno-envy that has telecommunications giants poised to pick each others pockets will undoubtedly affect broadcasters’ futures. Yet the changes ahead may be simply turns in the broadcasters’ road, not the end of it. TV networks and stations exclusively possess key assets that are more valuable than any distribution system. Properly leveraging these strengths in the multichannel environment ahead may bring broadcasters unexpected new prosperity.
- Divide the topics in the article by sub-headlines (not more than five words each).
- At the end of the article, include the author’s name, job title or description, company, city, and state for the author’s credit, and complete contact information.
- Photos, figures or other graphics must be submitted. A photo that relates to the text will be used on the opening page of the article. For information on artwork and photos.
Questions? Contact Brad Dick, editorial director, at 913-967-1737 or e-mail him at email@example.com.