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 (no͞oz′wûr′thē, nyo͞oz′-)
adj. news·wor·thi·er, news·wor·thi·est
Of sufficient interest or importance to the public to warrant reporting in the media.

news′wor′thi·ness n.
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Noun1.newsworthiness - the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins; "the judge conceded the newsworthiness of the trial"; "he is no longer news in the fashion world"
interestingness, interest - the power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.); "they said nothing of great interest"; "primary colors can add interest to a room"
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nNeuigkeitswert m, → Interessantheit ffür die Medien
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Finally, there are levels of newsworthiness. The death of a Dutch astronomer, an Ivorian DJ, a Brazilian novelist, a Jordanian princess - all of them will receive coverage in their home countries, but not necessarily globally.
Reporters who receive leaks have to weigh the legality of publishing information, its implications for national security, its reliability and verifiability, and its newsworthiness in light of the public interest.
The only "anxiety" seems to have been only that of the Nation editors to come up with a sensational headline regardless of the newsworthiness of the story.
Since then, the factor essential to guiding newsworthy content - referred to as news values or newsworthiness - has been surrounded by and extended from the 12 elements (O'Neill & Harcup, 2009).
Though the company has an exception for newsworthiness, Twitter draws a line around content that is violent or direct threats of harm.
AMI's claim of newsworthiness is that the photos are necessary to show Amazon shareholders that my business judgment is terrible.
While his lawyers argued that AMI had no right to publish the photos since Bezos himself holds the rights over them and that they were not newsworthy, AMI claimed the newsworthiness was that the photos would show the shareholders of Amazon that Bezos had terrible business judgment.
In the short term, this will not replace the human editor, as the intelligent algorithms will be relegated to select stories in areas that are less trafficked, and where newsworthiness is less important.
Minc acknowledged the newsworthiness of crime stories, but said that they don't serve the public interest like they once did.
The killing of the 20-year-old University of Iowa student, however, does not, in its newsworthiness, rise to the level of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian tampering in the 2016 election, any possible collusion of President Donald Trump with Russia, and the cascade of other illegalities now uncovered.
That was the nth time Duterte said the same thing about wanting to quit, and that should have lessened its newsworthiness. There have been times, however, when we sensed like he meant it.