newsworthiness


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

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Popularity does not necessarily equate to quality in this age of Internet memes, but I believe the newsworthiness in this case warranted publishing the story in the way we did.
The application of standards under the newsworthiness doctrine has a better chance to promote the public interest under such circumstances.
Without automated journalism, the bounded disposal of both news workforce and space (Nica, 2017) drives news entities to establish coverage decisions on notions of newsworthiness to enthrall its preferred public (Mihaila, 2017) both maximally and profitably.
we accept the Restatement's standard for newsworthiness.
The problem: Even typically reliable sources, whether mainstream or alternative, corporate or nonprofit, rely on particular media frames to report stories and select stories based on different notions of newsworthiness.
Caple seems to have relied too much on the discursive approach to news values, assuming that newsworthiness could be construed in an image (as well as words).
Lay medical journalists have the complicated task of reviewing new research, weighing its newsworthiness, and distilling complex concepts down to easy-to-digest sound bites.
The Camera GP Japan 2016 Editors Award, which was presented to the EOS 5Ds and 5Ds R, is one of four awards presented by the CJPC to selected outstanding photography products and equipment launched in Japan in the last year based on such criteria as popularity, newsworthiness and innovation.
They're also developing a feature that will allow Sqoop to not only assist reporters in accessing documents quickly, but assess the newsworthiness of them as well.
But that "cessation" of newsworthiness is in fact, the worse act of horror.
Actually, being tabbed Person of the Year is not meant as an honor, but as recognition of newsworthiness.
Firstly, since it is a self-inflating hype, the amount of coverage at the beginning may be disproportionate to its relevance and newsworthiness.
Nominees were ranked on the clarity of a district's challenge, how innovative or homegrown the solution was, and how strong the results were in terms of data and newsworthiness.
California recognizes a newsworthiness exemption and a public interest defense to claims asserting violations of common law publicity rights and statutory misappropriation, respectively.
requests, it will consider public interest factors such as the newsworthiness