nonsensational

nonsensational

(ˌnɒnsɛnˈseɪʃənəl)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) journalism not sensational or sensationalist
References in classic literature ?
It is said to be one of the merits of the human mind that it is capable of framing abstract ideas, and of conducting nonsensational thought.
A Zamboanga City-based businessman interviewed for a two-part special report in the Inquirer, Pocholo Soliven, raised a sensible, nonsensational question other Mindanao residents are also asking: "This power shortage started manifesting itself in 2010.
Vaccari, also based in Modena, was struck by the deadpan quality of Ghirri's early work--its unsentimental, nonsensational, and nonprescri bed quality--and gave him his first small show, in 1972.
Regardless of medium, a lawyer's advertisement should provide only useful, factual information presented in a nonsensational manner.
Brave, nonsensational and deeply harrowing, it's likely to be a winner during the New Year's awards season.
Low-key, nonsensational approach benefits pic which sympathetically yet skeptically scrutinizes potentially tabloid-silly notions of psychic linkage between man (well, mostly woman) and beast.
That principle is to provide balanced, fair, accurate, nonsensational reporting that would cover the issues, be reflective of local news, and let the readers have the opportunity to make up their own minds.
The Agency, it should be said, is a serious, nonsensational work-- massive, bulging with footnotes and original interviews, falling somewhere into the maw between history and journalism.
Pic pitches to all age groups, but slow pace and deliberately nonsensational tone older auds, likely to deliver medium-level B.
The Ricks piece was a wonderfully written slice of Bosnia, and buried down deep in it, in totally nonsensational treatment, was the Fontenot statement about racism and the Croats.