Words matter. These are the best Headline Quotes from famous people such as Grace Potter, Dan Chaon, Kenneth C. Griffin, Howie Long, Leon Panetta, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’ve gotta long list of things to do, bucket list things – play ‘Saturday Night Live,’ make a movie. I want a lot of things, but one of my deepest wishes would be to headline – and sell out – Red Rocks.
I’m certainly very influenced by what you would call ‘contemporary headline horror,’ stuff that is true crime or for one reason or another catches our attention in the media, those strange cases that we end up obsessing about. I’m always influenced by weird anecdotes and news.
I get very worried that people that are buying bitcoins don’t really understand what they’re participating in other than the headline stories that it keeps going higher and ‘I want to make sure I don’t miss this opportunity to make some money.’
I don’t believe in beating people up just for the sake of grabbing a headline.
These days, it takes only seconds – seconds – for a picture, a photo, to suddenly become an international headline.
You start in bars and then restaurants, then you want to get into comedy clubs where you feature, then you headline, and once you sell out clubs you’re into theaters. I’ve been able to get there, and it’s cool to do that.
Headline writing is an art form.
Twitter is the ultimate service for the mobile age – its simplification and constraint of the publishing medium to 140 characters is perfectly complementary to a mobile experience. People still need longer stuff, but they see the headline on Twitter or Facebook.
I’ve been on big tours ever since I started, but you can’t just go out there and headline, you have to do it right.
I joined Twitter and you read a lot of the comments. You’re biting your lip and you want to reply but you know a headline will be made from it and you don’t want to give people the satisfaction.
I never mean to make a headline where it’s like, ‘Chris Long unsure.’ I never try to make it sound like I’m under the impression it matters either way if I play or anybody cares.
I have been hearing gossip and lies since I began working. When I was 17, I used to get very angry because I opened a magazine and I saw myself in a picture on a motorcycle, and the headline was, ‘I’m getting married next month.’
When I see a headline ‘Guess who’s going out with who?’ I don’t guess, and I don’t click.
I hate to make this point too often, but imagine for a moment George W. Bush were on his sixth vacation, and he was asked about Iraq, and he said ‘I’m buying shrimp.’ You think that wouldn’t be a headline everywhere?
Victims and survivors deserve more than a person seeking a headline.
I don’t need a sensationalized headline to sell music or to bring attention to my music. It’s the music and it’s always been about the music.
I was fat-shamed the other day on a British newspaper. The headline was ‘Four Bellies and a Turkey Neck.’ They weren’t wrong. I looked shocking.
Writing headlines is a specialty – there are outstanding writers who will tell you they couldn’t write a headline to save their lives.
Models can be people, too. But the only way to do that is to kind of step up and keep doing new things that no one has thought of, from new websites to new blogs, a newscast, doing speeches, talking to kids. It kind of opens a new headline every time: ‘Oh, a model hasn’t done this before; a model hasn’t done that before.’
You open up a lot of tours making nothing just for the fact that you need to start somewhere and get some exposure. When you start to headline your tours, all the money is in headlining, but there’s no money in headlining small rooms.
Headline writers love the phrase ‘Power Grab,’ but you can’t really grab it, can you? Power is a greased watermelon, a wisp of smoke, difficult to grasp, harder to hold, impossible to control while getting both feet down in bounds.
Invariably, when people read the headline about Martin Shkreli, they hate Martin Shkreli. When they get to know Martin Shkreli, they love Martin Shkreli.
Today’s gossip is tomorrow’s headline.
Millions of people are married. I’ve never picked up a paper and seen a headline that says, Man Gets Married!
As soon as I accomplish one goal, I replace it with another one. I try not to get too far ahead of myself. I just say to myself, ‘All right, well, I’d like to headline a tour,’ and then when I get there, we’ll see what my next goal is.
Why don’t you put that in the headline: ‘He Only Did Three With Doris!’ Set a lot of people straight.
I don’t want to be ‘Halsey: America’s Sweetheart,’ or ‘Halsey: Bad Girl.’ If you can sum up my career in a clickbait headline, I’ve done something wrong.
Too many DJs today want to be the headline act without ever knowing what it takes to be the local DJ who’s busting his or her gut to perfect their craft.
I remember a picture on the front page of the ‘Sun’ during the Brixton riots: a rasta guy with a petrol bomb, and a headline saying something like: ‘The Future of Britain.’ And I thought: ‘Wow! Look at the power of that image,’ and I wanted to get behind the camera to make these people three-dimensional.
The headline is the ‘ticket on the meat.’ Use it to flag down readers who are prospects for the kind of product you are advertising.
Obviously, everyone wants to headline ‘WrestleMania.’
That ‘woman becomes a mother’ still makes a headline in 2015 reminds women that, for all their personal and collective achievements, society is still more interested in the limitations of biology, and rapt at the fact that women can – and do – make a wealth of choices about if and how they become a parent.
I think certainly after every show I headline, I will be available to the fans. When I’m headlining a show, I don’t walk off stage. I’ll walk to the front of the stage and sign hats and shirts and tickets for 15 to 30 minutes, until everyone has everything signed.
‘Fences’ is under the headline of the project of my lifetime. It is the most perfect and undeniably developed narrative that I’ve ever worked on.
Every time Trump goes golfing, the headline should read, ‘Trump Goes Golfing. Apocalypse Delayed.’
When it comes to vampires, Daniel Gillies’s Elijah is the cream of the crop. Since leaving ‘The Vampire Diaries’ to headline ‘The Originals,’ we’ve seen the brother of Klaus grow from the altruistic, steadfast, suit-wearing stud into a complicated, nuanced lead.
There were some struggles throughout the year at RCR. In order to keep yourself relevant, you had to find a headline. In order to find a headline, you had to do something that wasn’t right, like jump over a car or say something you shouldn’t.
To wake up in England and have the newspaper on your front door with a headline that says, ‘Ozzie’s Beach Whale of a Daughter,’ doesn’t really do much for your self-esteem at all.
People get up, they go to work, they have their lives, but you’ll never see the headlines say, ‘Six billion people got along rather well today.’ You’ll have the headline about the 30 people who shot each other.
I can headline a festival and then literally, 10 minutes later, be walking around, and nobody notices.
I don’t have a hip-hop goal but I want to headline Bonnaroo one day.
Most of the people at my headline shows are in their 20s, but it varies a ton: like, I’ve had a six-year-old hug my leg after the show and a 60-year-old shake my hand. It’s cool to see people connecting with the music across different generations.
People love talking about how much an actor makes. A lot of headline space is dedicated to this.
I’m not a headline guy. I know that as long as I was following Ruth to the plate I could have stood on my head and no one would have known the difference.
If I could have had everything exactly the way I wanted, this is how I would have written it down. Win all my fights in the first round, then go to the UFC and headline a show, and have it as a pay-per-view and at home. People’s dreams don’t come true like that.
If the worst that happens is that I wake up and see a picture of myself and a headline saying, ‘He wasn’t very funny last night’, then I’ve got nothing to complain about.
Headlines, in a way, are what mislead you because bad news is a headline, and gradual improvement is not.
Validation is easy – you run your site through a validator, and it’s either valid or it isn’t. The rest of the stuff, such as whether my logo or the biggest headline should be the h1 in my HTML, isn’t so easy and is subject to interpretation.
If I were to win the Nobel Prize in Literature – which I think it’s fairly safe to say is not going to happen – I would still expect the headline on my obituary to read: ‘Christopher Buckley, son of William F. Buckley, Jr., is dead at 78.’
It isn’t that NPR is matriarchal but that it has dedicated itself to not being patriarchal in its outlook and presentation, stipulating from the outset that its headline voices would not resound across the fruited plains from big male bags of air sent from Mount Olympus.
Telling a story about someone has enormous power. People forget a headline. They remember a story.
The gleam in their eyes telegraphs only too clearly that they are hoping for a headline, which of course means something disparaging, because nothing makes such good copy as a feud.
The newspapers of the twenty-first century will give a mere ‘stick’ in the back pages to accounts of crime or political controversies, but will headline on the front pages the proclamation of a new scientific hypothesis.
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