|nationally syndicated columnist definition||0.67||0.3||6092||54|
|list of syndicated columnists||1.91||0.6||3057||97|
|how to become syndicated columnist||1.33||0.2||9448||32|
|how to become a syndicated columnist||1.22||0.4||5626||35|
|how to get a syndicated column||1.41||0.4||8046||47|
|national society of newspaper columnists||0.94||1||4792||69|
|syndicated columnists list||1.32||0.4||617||27|
|what is a syndicated columnist||1.65||0.8||9292||76|
|washington post syndicated columnists||1.52||0.2||4395||79|
|syndicated columns for weekly newspapers||1.94||0.6||8768||3|
|list of syndicated shows||1.7||0.4||139||58|
|lifestyle columns creators syndicate||0.24||1||5668||97|
|list of newspaper syndicates||1.53||1||2186||54|
|examples of syndicated data||1.15||0.4||3427||76|
|how to syndicate a column||0.53||0.6||8729||99|
|types of syndicated data||0.13||1||1855||58|
|major worldwide news syndication company||1.28||0.3||9638||68|
|new york times syndication||0.38||0.5||7012||52|
This list of syndicated columnists comprises columnists whose recurring columns are published in multiple periodical publications (e.g., newspapers and magazines ). ^ "Grace Freeman's Poetry Book Ready for Second Printing".What is the meaning of syndication?
1 : to subject to or manage as a syndicate. 2a : to sell (something, such as a cartoon) to a syndicate or for publication in many newspapers or periodicals at once also : to sell the work of (someone, such as a writer) in this way a syndicated columnist. b : to sell (something, such as a series of television programs) directly to local stations.What does it mean to syndicate a cartoon?
Definition of syndicate. 2 a : to sell (something, such as a cartoon) to a syndicate or for publication in many newspapers or periodicals at once also : to sell the work of (someone, such as a writer) in this way a syndicated columnist.What is a syndicate in journalism?
3. An agency that sells articles, features, or photographs for publication in a number of newspapers or periodicals simultaneously. 4. A company consisting of a number of separate newspapers; a newspaper chain. 5. The office, position, or jurisdiction of a syndic or body of syndics.