Sometimes in articles in newspapers / magazines / websites there will be a small section separate from the main body of text that contains a short line - often a quote - which is either representative of the article or an interesting angle.
Here the quote in the box on the right hand side is an example of what I am looking for a term for.
It could be referred to as a blockquote (but those could be in-line with the text) or a figure (but those could be graphics to illustrate an article) or an excerpt (but those are broad eg a read aloud excerpt from a book, etc).
Is there a term that is specific to these small vignettes that appear with a body of text, but are presented separately to the body of it? Perhaps a technical term used by those in publishing / layout design / journalism?
There is a similar concept of a whole topic being 'vignetted', for example in a box or panel, but I am interested specifically in a quote being set off from the main body of text.