newsworthiness newsworthiness


  • (n) the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins


  1. Its newsworthiness is precisely what makes it such a dangerous and complicated beat for reporters.
  2. At CBS, there was some doubt as to the newsworthiness of the President's address.
  3. Of course many arguments ensued, in which we each tried to prove the newsworthiness of our choice.


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  1. "I've seen people do press releases that had zero newsworthiness," Clay told the website. "Those are no good. You want to have something that people will care about and tell two friends."
    on Feb 18, 2009 By: Bruce Clay Source: Brafton

  2. "To call this only an issue of censorship is to oversimplify the weighing of values that is the day-to-day work of news judgment," Danner said. "Balancing newsworthiness vs. the offense an image or story might cause readers is part of an...
    on Feb 4, 2006 By: Mark Danner Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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