eSportHeadlines.com Toolbar provides sports headlines in your browser.
A headline is text at the top of a newspaper article, indicating the nature of the article below it.
Headlines may be written in bold, and are written in a much larger size than the article text. Headline conventions include normally using present tense, omitting forms of the verb "to be" in certain contexts, and removing short articles like "a" and "the". Most newspapers feature a very large headline on their front page, dramatically describing the biggest news of the day. A headline may also be followed by a smaller secondary headline which gives a bit more information or a subhead (also called a deck or nutgraf in some areas).
Headlines are generally written by copy editors, but may also be written by the writer, the page layout designer or a news editor or managing editor.
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