Example sentences for: all-news

How can you use “all-news” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • An essay partially blames all-news TV stations for Flytrap.

  • And while I can cite no academic study, I'd wager that today's average citizen who looks at the Sunday newspaper or a newsmagazine, listens to all-news radio stations during his commute, and catches a little TV news and talk radio at home is better informed than his counterpart from any era of Rosen's choosing.

  • Macdonald's point was that the obsessive accumulation of data had become an unsatisfactory substitute for formulating notions about what anything meant--an argument that seems even more compelling since the advent of the Internet and all-news cable TV channels.

  • The basic reality of an all-news channel, after all, is that there is a huge amount of time to fill every single day.

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