newsworthiness love

Definitions

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  • noun The characteristic of being newsworthy.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins

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Examples

  • Stories with a funny video clip -- that are so far removed from the concept of "newsworthiness" that they're not even on the same planet -- are run endlessly throughout the day.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [152] -- A Palin-Free Month?

  • Stories with a funny video clip -- that are so far removed from the concept of "newsworthiness" that they're not even on the same planet -- are run endlessly throughout the day.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [152] -- A Palin-Free Month?

  • I kind of wonder about the timing and "newsworthiness" of a 15 second splice job leaked to FoxNews.

    Jeremiah Wright Steps Down From Obama Campaign

  • I kind of wonder about the timing and "newsworthiness" of a 15 second splice job leaked to FoxNews.

    Jeremiah Wright Steps Down From Obama Campaign

  • I kind of wonder about the timing and "newsworthiness" of a 15 second splice job leaked to FoxNews.

    Jeremiah Wright Steps Down From Obama Campaign

  • This increases the "newsworthiness" of the event, because of the surprise factor.

    Chris Weigant: Taking Things Off the Table

  • Regardless, Obama's efforts have increased the "newsworthiness" of the Republican talking points.

    The So-Called "Liberal" Media

  • This embrace of "newsworthiness," and matters of public, as opposed to private, interest, as criteria on which First Amendment protection should turn, is consistent with a recent, prominent impulse in several threads of the Court's free speech jurisprudence, such as in Dun & Bradstreet and in Bartnicki v.

    Balkinization

  • For especially valuable treatments of this trend -- written long before the Court's recent reinvigoration of the "newsworthiness" doctrine -- see, e.g., Robert Post, THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONCEPT OF PUBLIC DISCOURSE: OUTRAGEOUS OPINION, DEMOCRATIC DELIBERATION, AND HUSTLER MAGAZINE v.

    Balkinization

  • This embrace of "newsworthiness," and matters of public, as opposed to private, interest, as criteria on which First Amendment protection should turn, is consistent with a recent, prominent impulse in several threads of the Court's free speech jurisprudence, such as in Dun & Bradstreet and in Bartnicki v.

    Balkinization

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