looking for FR-EN page layout glossary
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Eutychus  Identity Verified
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Sep 23, 2008

I'm looking for a glossary of the terms to describe parts of a newspaper or magazine, chiefly for selling advertising space (such as "première de couverture", "double page", etc). Any suggestions welcome!

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Roberta Anderson  Identity Verified
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brief multilingual glossary Sep 23, 2008

check this out:
http://web.ticino.com/multilingual/terminology/glossary_of_advertising.htm

(multilingual: German - English - Italian - Freanch, with illustrations)
I checked out some terms in Italian and English and found them reliable.

Also, checkout GlossPost (in the Community menu above), you might find some other useful resources there.

Hope this helps,
Roberta


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Many thanks Sep 24, 2008

Thanks a lot, Roberta. That is exactly the field I was looking for and I was able to confirm some of the terms that had me stumped. The illustrations are a real help too. Unfortunately not everything was there, but it's a start! (I checked the glossary list, but didn't find anything so descriptive).

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