On this week's TribCast, Emily talks to Evan, Ross and Patrick about Donald Trump's newsworthy
swing through Texas, a dildo-heavy campus carry protest at UT-Austin and a legal strike against President Obama's policy on transgender students.
On the other hand, although reporters may not find your latest sales incentive newsworthy
(considering it advertising, rather than news), online consumers probably will.
Grammar and spelling aside, the writer and I agree on one point: Not everything is newsworthy
com/FBNewswire), a resource that will make it easier for journalists and newsrooms to find, share and embed newsworthy
content from Facebook in the media they produce.
But it seems they are often deemed neither newsworthy
nor dramatic enough.
Every good journalist knows that for a story to be newsworthy
it should be interesting, unusual, with an element of novelty and proximity, and above all worth reading.
com have been developed to report news that is primarily based on tweets and most news sites now have Twitter correspondents who provide the latest scoops on newsworthy
tweets published on the microblogging service.
It's certainly newsworthy
that Derek Jeter (http://www.
Yes your release has to be newsworthy
, but it also helps if the media are familiar with you and your organisation.
To broaden public access, the Florida Supreme Court has begun using Twitter as a means of distributing information about newsworthy
events, such as filings in high-profile cases pending in the court.
SJR: The Review looks a lot sharper than the last time I saw it, and the stories seem more newsworthy
Sadly, the exciting-sounding topics were dumped when the more newsworthy
(to some) ``living-wage'' deal was worked out the night before.