Definition of News event
1. Noun. A newsworthy event.
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Literary usage of News event
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English of Commerce by John Baker Opdycke (1920)
"The starting point of an editorial is the news event upon which it is based, which it uses ... It frequently opens with a direct reference to a news event. ..."
2. The Practice of Journalism: A Treatise on Newspaper-making by Walter Williams, Frank L. Martin (1922)
"The effect of a news event on those who witnessed it, or on those concerned; or a forecast of the general effect of a news .event cannot be classified as ..."
3. Typical Newspaper Stories by Harry Franklin Harrington (1915)
"Generally, this lead may be linked to a news event with which the reader is already familiar. Here is an illustration : Can the British Isles be ..."
4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"... to write the history of the 'greatest news event of the century,' their emphasis will probably be very different from that of the journals of the day. ..."
5. Newspaper Reporting and Correspondence: A Manual for Reporters by Grant Milnor Hyde (1916)
"... like feature stories, although they usually conform to the follow-up idea of mentioning in their leads the main news event to which they are related. ..."
6. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"By offering the exhibitor a news-event film he will gladly snap up same as a. special attraction. And such publicity as you will receive will not be ..."