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What Is An Editorial Advisor?

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#1 Helene



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Posted 04 September 2005 - 08:42 AM

What Is an Editorial Advisor?

Editorial Advisors are a small group of experts, writers, and scholars who give their invaluable time and expertise to the Ballet Alert membership. We are grateful for their generosity to us, which makes our experience richer. They can be identified by the Group "Editorial Advisor" under their name in bold, italic, green type.

Editorial Advisors have discretion to post without citing sources on any aspect of classical ballet. Editorial Advisors are the only people on the board with this privilege. Moderators, Board Moderators, and Administrators do not have it unless they are also in the EA group.

Editorial Advisors are (in alphabetical order): Alexander, Alexandra, doug, Leigh Witchel, Marc Haegeman, rg.

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