There are common situations where editorial staff members, editors, and sometimes even publishers need to convene and meet regarding content and how the publication is running overall. These meetings are universally called editorial meetings. Editorial meetings are fundamental when running a news organization, as they assemble all staff together for multiple reasons. In most editorial meetings, staff share ideas for future releases, updated practices or procedures, fill in on current assignments, as well as remind each other on existing production schedules. Editorial meetings are key to a publication's success over time.
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