Newspaper reverses photo policy.
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The byline on a newspaper or magazine article gives the name, and often the position, of the writer of the article. : The Register-Guard
After reversing a recent policy change, The Register-Guard is once again including photographs in news obituaries.
The newspaper announced a new policy on April 4, eliminating photos from news obituaries. That policy change was reversed, effective today.
Small, standard-sized photographs of the deceased deceased 1) adj. dead. 2) n. the person who has died, as used in the handling of his/her estate, probate of will and other proceedings after death, or in reference to the victim of a homicide (as: "The deceased had been shot three times. will now be published, when requested, in all news obituaries of residents from the local area. News obituaries are limited to basic information about the deceased and pending funeral Funeral
given to Michael Geste by his younger brother, as in their childhood games. [Br. Lit.: P. C. Wren Beau Geste in Benét, 87] ser- vices.
The newspaper also publishes personalized per·son·al·ize
tr.v. per·son·al·ized, per·son·al·iz·ing, per·son·al·iz·es
1. To take (a general remark or characterization) in a personal manner.
2. To attribute human or personal qualities to; personify. paid "tribute" obituaries, which can include larger and multiple photographs. "Tribute" obituaries have fewer restrictions on size and content. For more information on obituaries, call 683-7612.