1. the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins
    he is no longer news in the fashion world
    the judge conceded the newsworthiness of the trial
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  • Stories with a funny video clip -- that are so far removed from the concept of "newsworthiness" that they're not even on the same planet -- are run endlessly throughout the day. Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [152] -- A Palin-Free Month?
  • The recollections of Mieth and others reveal that editorial decisions were not always motivated by traditional journalistic values such as newsworthiness.
  • The apparent newsworthiness of pandas coming to Edinburgh zoo may be largely down to the public's delight in this distinctive bear.
  • Maybe the reason we don't hear about pretty statues and, I don't know, milkshake parlors, is that the newsworthiness of such things pales when compared with the deaths of 20-30 soldiers and Iraqi civilians a day. Fun with politics
  • For especially valuable treatments of this trend -- written long before the Court's recent reinvigoration of the "newsworthiness" doctrine -- see, e.g., Robert Post, THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONCEPT OF PUBLIC DISCOURSE: OUTRAGEOUS OPINION, DEMOCRATIC DELIBERATION, AND HUSTLER MAGAZINE v. Balkinization
  • There is a solution that would be worth trying by those media organisations wanting a fresh approach to newsworthiness and news gathering.
  • Internal Revenue Service's "taxpayer advocate," Nancy Nina Olson, announced the release of her office's annual report to Congress, a yearly federal ritual whose long and impeccable streak of unnewsworthiness was broken this year by the inclusion of an item that actually made headlines. January 2009
  • But it is not moral revulsion, let alone newsworthiness, that is animating the news media.
  • There's only so much newsworthiness you can get out of laundry, cleaning, cooking, housework.
  • But it is not moral revulsion, let alone newsworthiness, that is animating the news media.
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