Byline in a sentence

Use Byline in a sentence


Meaning: [noun] the line that tells you who wrote an article in magazine, paper …;

I knew bylines before I really read the paper.

With a byline , an article becomes personal.

All the essays were published under the byline “Idler”.

Make sure that you include your byline in the article.

Two weeks after she was hired, Cooke’s first byline appeared in the magazine.

Please reference the author’s byline in the post above for more information.

Dad is a sports journalist with his own byline in the “Sports are us” Magazine.

He did put a byline on it : his own.

The byline and article however clears things up and is far more informative .