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“Additionally, by pushing harder on McGinn related stories than the news-value of those stories merit, you've found you may be able to widen your readership.”
“CNN's irresponsible article adds zero news-value to the race for the presidential nomination; unfortunately it does add to the garbage.”
“The news-value question is long gone," Mr. Capus said.”
“City editors, and especially night city editors, have no time to devote to complaints, unless those complaints possess news-value.”
“I 'm the only one of us three that's really got news-value.”
“The bbc's perfectly aware of that, notwithstanding any old flannel about time pressure, perceived news-value, the digital revolution or anything else.”
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