How to Write Good News


News is information about current events that are of interest to a wide range of people. It can be anything from wars and political developments to celebrity gossip and fashion news. News is published in a variety of ways including in print, radio, television and the internet.

A good news story should be new, unusual, interesting and significant. In addition it should be about people. If a man wakes up, goes to work and takes the bus to school each day it is not newsworthy, but if that same man is a well-known politician who is involved in a scandal then it is.

It is important to keep up with world news on a daily basis, but be aware that too much news can have negative effects on your mental health. If you are constantly reading about bad things that are happening in the world it can lead to stress, anxiety and fatigue. Instead try to balance the difficult news with stories that inspire you and make you feel happy and hopeful. Websites like NPR’s “The Optimist Daily” and The Guardian’s “Good News” section are great resources for positive change news.

It is also important to check that your news articles are accurate. Always let someone else read through your article before you submit it for publication. They can help ensure that your writing is consistent and that it follows the journalistic code of ethics. Additionally, they can help you correct any grammatical errors or inconsistencies.