How to Write a News Article

A news article tells people about important or interesting things that have happened. It may be published in newspapers, magazines or on television and radio. It can also be found on the Internet. When writing a news article, it is important to have a clear idea of what you are trying to say. This will help you to make sure that your article is accurate and well written. It is also helpful to have another person read your article before you submit it for publication. This way they can check that you have not included any personal opinions which might affect the accuracy of your article.

A good news article is new, unusual, interesting and significant. The more of these criteria a story meets, the more likely it is to be newsworthy. Events which are old cannot be news, even if they are unusual or interesting. For example, if a farm wall collapsed killing a cow and a pig, that could be newsworthy, but not if the same thing had happened two years ago.

News articles are usually about people and the things they do. For this reason, they often contain a lot of details and information about the lives of the people involved. These details can make a news story more interesting and attractive to readers. They can also make it more difficult for the reader to dismiss or ignore a news story. However, it is also common for news stories to be about the natural world and things which happen in it, such as floods, droughts or earthquakes.

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