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The reportability of an event by journalists, often unreflexively assumed to be a property inherent in such events or news stories but which is dependent on news values. Stuart Hall argues that, over time, news actually creates the consensus knowledge by which reporters and the general public recognize newsworthiness.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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