Definition of editorship in English:

editorship

noun

  • The position of editor in charge of a newspaper, magazine, or multi-author book.

    ‘in 1877 Digby assumed the editorship of the Madras Times’
    • ‘He lasted only three years in New York, resigning the editorship in 1970 to return to the West Coast.’
    • ‘His new duties, amounting to a general editorship of the work, involved a large correspondence with the numerous volunteer helpers.’
    • ‘Only six months before I had declined the editorship of a big paper outside of Cleveland.’
    • ‘In time, under his editorship, the Irish Times was capable of standing alongside any newspaper in the world.’
    • ‘By now McAuley was convinced it was time to pass the editorship to others.’
    • ‘A quick glance will show that in 1955 he held editorships of four learned journals.’
    • ‘She eventually capitulated to Thayer's insistence that she take on the managing editorship of his magazine.’
    • ‘This volume brings together, under Plastow's able editorship, a collection of articles focused on women in African theater.’
    • ‘Indeed, what struck her was the untapped potential of the magazine, which is why she accepted the editorship.’
    • ‘None is surprising, I think, but it seems useful at the outset of my editorship to fill you in.’

Pronunciation

editorship

/ˈɛdɪtəʃɪp/