What is a slug line in journalism?
A Slug in journalism is a name or reference to a work.
Here is a use of the word form a journalism course assignment:
"As you will learn, each assignment should have a name only eight characters long or less. As in "fire." (That "name" also is called a slug in the journalism business.)"
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Slug line refers to the old lino-type typesetting machines that set one line of type at a time.This was usually a column width but also a headline. These lines of type were called slugs. Current slang seems to have picked up the term to refer to a quick and dirty press release. They usually do not tell the whole story and are sometimes used to distort the reality of the event being reported. It's bad…
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What movie had the line in it If you're going to slug me just go ahead and get it over with you sick bastard?
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