Definition of newsworthy
: interesting enough to the general public to warrant reporting
newsworthinessplay \ˈnüz-ˌwər-thē-nəs, ˈnyüz-\ noun
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American researchers typically dominate the meeting’s press conferences — designed to feature the most important and newsworthy research.
And there was another reason that the second half of Trump’s quote was so newsworthy.
Cooper says journalists, for example, can use Pixifly to track down photos from events that are newsworthy, but maybe too small to generate their own hasthtag.
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NEWSWORTHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of newsworthy for English Language Learners
: interesting or important enough to report as news
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