- n. The quality or state of being newsy.
“That lacks "newsiness" and would not help generate as much ad revenue.”
“I think the "newsiness" of this interview may be in Gore's calm and unharried response to the issue of the Primary.”
“And the journalists who cover science for the mainstream media have no clue about what they are writing about, often distorting reality or embellishing articles for the "newsiness" of them.”
“So, I must thank you for once again helping me make this same point about how shallow the American right wing media is, by providing us all with such a clear example of the typical mindless, sound-bite "newsiness" we all enjoy laughing at on Fox TV and other organs of right-wing demagoguery.”
“While both "Paradise Lost 3" and "This Is Not a Film" offer fascinating perspectives on the role of the documentarian and the use of various media including Mr. Panahi's iPhone, their flesh-and-blood newsiness is what makes them compelling.”
“We hope you'll forgive us for this lack of newsiness.”
“We can look for this opinion to be plastered all over the teevees soon, because it's just so chock-full of newsiness.”
“So, to honor (and blatantly rip off) Stephen Colbert, I'd like to introduce a new word to the American zeitgeist -- "newsiness.”
“Furthermore, I'm going to peg the first story ever covered for its newsiness alone as O.J. Simpson cruising across L.A. in his white Ford Bronco.”
“Since then, of course, there are simply too many stories full of newsiness (but not actual news) to even contemplate counting.”
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