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As the journalism industry finds its place in the digital age, newsrooms are having to work even harder to attract their readers.

Check out this article at IJNet, where Jennifer Anne spoke with writers, editors and instructors to ask their advice on writing editorials.

The tips include sharing your valuable knowledge with the community, gathering multiple perspectives when news breaks, and getting creative.

For example, an article published in the San Diego Union-Tribune used the names of the victims of school mass shootings to spell out the word "enough" – the piece engaged its readers by presenting the editorial in a distinct and artistic way, artistic enough that one reader even got it framed and hung on their wall.

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