Written for educated audiences without subject expertise. Topics covered can include general interest subjects, news, and current events. Most editors are committed to fact checking and producing quality content.
Most magazines publish articles written by staff writers, journalists and freelance writers, who consult briefly with an expert or scholar in a field. Articles are short and sources are cited informally, without references.
Expect a lot of graphics, including advertising.
Typically written within a week or two weeks of an "event" or when a topic is "hot".
Most newspaper articles are written by journalists and freelance writers, and occasionally by members of the public, especially as "Op-Ed" pieces.
Newspaper articles are typically quite short and are about "today's news".
They usually acknowledge sources informally, without citation.
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