How to Write Newsworthy Content
News is information about events that happen in the world around us. It is reported in newspapers, radio and television, on the internet and through word of mouth.
A story cannot be news if it has already been published before or has happened in the past, but events that occur only days or even weeks ago can be considered to be news because they are new to readers and listeners.
The story should include facts and figures which are relevant to the reader’s understanding of the event. These should be presented in a clear manner and include enough detail to make it possible for the reader to understand the event.
It is important that news stories are concise and don’t fill up the page. This means that the story should be no longer than two pages and that there should be no filler such as tangents or long sentences.
If there is a lot of information to include, it should be placed at the top of the article so that your reader can read the entire thing before they decide whether or not to continue reading. This is called “above the fold” in newspapers, and it is similar online.
When writing a news story, it is a good idea to have someone else look at the work before you submit it for publication. This extra set of eyes will help you to ensure that your article is free from any grammatical or spelling errors.