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JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), pronounced “jaypeg”, is a graphics format which displays photographs and graphic images with millions of colors. Great for photos, but graphics in the GIF format are still the preferred standard for web sites.

Java – Java is a programming language, created by Sun, that enables developers to write software on one platform and run it on another. It is popular on the Internet as it allows programmers to create programs called applets to run within a web browser and develop server-side applications for online forums, stores, polls, processing HTML forms, and more.

JavaScript – JavaScript is a cross-platform, object-based scripting language developed by Netscape for client and server applications. It is commonly used on web pages to add interactivity and dynamic content such as banner rotation.

Jingle– Catchy tune usually rhyming, simple, and repetitious used to promote a product.

Joint Operating Agreement – Government sanctioned agreement for two separately owned and competing newspapers to merge their sales and production operations, provided they maintain separate editorial staff.

Junior Page – An ad with editorial occupying two or more sides of the page.