Definition of editorially in English:

editorially

adverb

See editorial

  • ‘Web users will still find the same commitment to impartial, authoritative and editorially independent journalism they expect from the BBC.’
  • ‘I thought a reporter should respond to data where available rather than counterattack editorially.’
  • ‘So you were helping guide the magazine not only to the business end as publisher but also in some ways editorially as well.’
  • ‘The Los Angeles-based company hopes to satisfy the public's seemingly insatiable appetite for all things fashionable and stylish by offering an editorially selected directory of links to upscale and hard-to-find Web sites.’
  • ‘We believe that will indeed make Television New Zealand increasingly reliant on advertising revenue, at a time when we have a charter telling it that we want it to be editorially driven, not ratings-driven.’

Pronunciation

editorially

/ˌɛdɪˈtɔːrɪəli/