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'''נייעס''' איז א כלליתדיקער נאמען אויף אלעאינפארמאציע וועגן לויפיקע געשעענישן וואס פאסירן אין דעם אנוועזנהייט. אלעסמען וואסקען קאכטאיבערגעבן זיךנייעס אויףאין דידרוק בלעטער(למשל, פון די [[צייטונגען]]), אין מען דעבאטירט אין די [[חסיד]]ישעטראנסמיסיע [[מקוואות]](ראדיא, און מען ווארעמט זיך מיט די פריינטליכע פארברעגענס איבער א [[ווארם]] גלעיזל [[קאווע]]טעלעוויזיע), גואישעאינטערנעץ סאלאנעןאדער אוןאפילו פראסטעסתם [[שענק|שענקן]] איבעראיבערגעבן א גלעזל [[משקה]]דרשה.
 
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'''News''' is any ''new information'' or information on [[current events]] which is presented by [[Publishing|print]], [[Broadcasting|broadcast]], [[Internet]], or [[word of mouth]] to a third party or mass audience. The reporting and investigation of news falls within the profession of [[journalism]]. News is often reported by a variety of sources, such as newspapers, television, and radio programs, [[wire service]]s, and [[web site]]s. News reporting is a type of [[journalism]], typically written or broadcast in [[news style]]. Most news is investigated and presented by [[journalist]]s and can be distributed to various outlets via [[news agency|news agencies]].
 
There are many categories of news. The weather is typically presented by a certified [[meteorologist]] or, on smaller stations, a less-trained "weatherman" and is considered news. Other news categories are: [[sports]], [[fashion]], [[society]], [[entertainment]], [[business]], [[cartoon strip]]s, features, [[lottery]] numbers, lives of [[celebrities]], [[advertising]], and more. Until the 1970s, when [[women's lib]] issues came to the forefront, most newspapers had a "Women's" section devoted entirely to fashion and society news. Papers even printed "[[cheesecake]]" feature photos of attractive young women in [[bikini]]s, often transmitted by the [[Associated Press|AP]] or [[UPI]] wire services, illustrating various news events or feature ideas.
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In its infancy, news gathering was primitive by today's standards. Printed news had to be phoned in to a newsroom or brought there by a [[reporter]] where it was typed and either transmitted over wire services or [[editing|edited]] and manually [[typesetting|set in type]] along with other news stories for a specific edition. Today, the term "Breaking News" has become trite as broadcast and [[cable television|cable]] news services use live [[satellite]] technology to bring current events into [[consumer]]s' homes live as it happens. Events that used to take hours or days to become common knowledge in towns or in nations are fed instantaneously to consumers via radio, television, [[cell phone]]s, and the Internet.
 
Most large cities had{{Fact|date=April 2007}} morning and afternoon newspapers. As the media evolved and news outlets increased to the point of near oversaturation, afternoon newspapers were shut down except for relatively few. Morning newspapers have been gradually losing circulation, according to reports advanced by the papers themselves.{{Fact|date=April 2007}}
 
Commonly, news content should contain the "[[Five Ws]]" (who, what, when, where, why, and also how) of an event. There should be no questions remaining. Newspapers normally write hard news stories, such as those pertaining to murders, fires, wars, etc. in [[inverted pyramid]] style so the most important information is at the beginning. Busy readers can read as little or as much as they desire. Local stations and networks with a set format must take news stories and break them down into the most important aspects due to time constraints. Cable news channels such as [[Fox News Channel]], [[MSNBC]], and [[CNN]], are able to take advantage of a story, sacrificing other, decidedly less important stories, and giving as much detail about breaking news as possible.
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