An Editor-in-Chief (EIC) is the top leader in charge of a publication. They make final decisions about how it works and its rules. If there are other high-ranking editors with titles like editor, managing editor, or executive editor, the Editor-in-Chief is their boss.
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The Editor-in-Chief oversees all aspects of an organization, including task delegation and management. This term is commonly used in newspapers, magazines, TV news, and academic journals. They act as a bridge between the owner and the editorial team. In academic journals, they have the final say on publishing manuscripts, often based on expert reviewer input or associate editors' recommendations.
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