What is Headlines?
The Headline or title is the text that shows the nature of the article below it. Generally, a headline is the title of a newspaper story and it is printed in the largest font on the front of the paper. This trend started in the 19th century when increased competition between newspapers led to the use of attention-grabbing headlines.
The headline is a brief descriptive text provided as an introduction to more detailed material. It is usually presented in a larger dot shape or in bold to differentiate it from wider content. Attention-grabbing hooks or journalistic hooks are a special type of headline intended to capture the reader's curiosity rather than to convey an introductory text.