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Noteworthy as news; topical.‘a newsworthy event’
interesting, topical, notable, noteworthy, important, significant, momentous, historic, remarkable, sensationalView synonyms
- ‘It was interesting but not newsworthy, or not at that point, anyway.’
- ‘Still, there was nothing newsworthy in the event in itself until right at the end.’
- ‘News is always more newsworthy if it could affect me, or you, or someone we know, or someone that they know.’
- ‘This is also true when they withhold, altogether, stories they know to be newsworthy and of public interest.’
- ‘Navy News picked it up from Army Newspaper and deemed it newsworthy.’
- ‘Well, because a newsworthy event without him in the news makes a politician shudder.’
- ‘The event was deemed newsworthy, with this report appearing in the Taranaki Herald two days later.’
- ‘Observers noted that what made the event newsworthy was not that the Fed made an error.’
- ‘If he had said anything newsworthy or interesting, we would have covered it.’
- ‘Of course, it would be much more newsworthy if the headline were Dog Clones Man.’
- ‘Why has the BBC seen fit to excise this small but noteworthy and newsworthy detail from their version of the news?’
- ‘This is partly prejudice; but mostly, it's just that good news is considered less newsworthy.’
- ‘So it was indeed seen as quite newsworthy by reputable journalists and heads of state.’
- ‘Relationships are only newsworthy and notable if there's a lot of money involved.’
- ‘I'm not sure there's going to be anything else that is going to be newsworthy to call a press conference.’
- ‘However, in terms of the quality of speech, what counts as newsworthy is an important discussion.’
- ‘On the surface it promotes the idea that the New York Times will cover all newsworthy events.’
- ‘Reporters who witnessed the incidents evidently did not regard the events as newsworthy.’
- ‘A journal editor, for example, has an interest in publishing controversial or newsworthy articles that will be quoted.’
- ‘Infinitely less important and less newsworthy stories were run instead.’
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