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“On a day when the most newsworthy landing should have been the NASA rover successfully touching down on Mars,” Kimmel said, “instead it was a senator from Texas touching down on Cancun.”

In part, it’s a function of changes in what’s viewed as newsworthy.

They have taken to recording events they find newsworthy and posting them directly to ordinary people’s WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.

From Quartz

Publishers only care about what’s newsworthy, but most brands don’t have an entire news staff on standby.

The key to creating newsworthy content that captures the attention of audiences is to focus on data collection, analysis, and illustration.

Worse than these newsworthy accidents, is what we allow to happen every day in this country.

Celebrity breakups should be as newsworthy as your best friend's dreams.

The reason my column was newsworthy is that thousands of other people have found—or will soon find—themselves in the same boat.

A modicum of senseless slaughter is no longer considered overly newsworthy in Egypt.

Over at The Atlantic, Conor Friedersdorf reviewed the case and concluded that everything about it “is insanely newsworthy.”


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to newsworthy, such as: consequential, front-page, meaningful, momentous, relevant, and critical.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.