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/n(y)o͞ozˌhīmərz/
1. Used to describe an imaginary affliction suffered by journalists, reporters, or mainstream news outlets to forget about things that they have written or published in the past that contradicts or disproves articles that they have written at a later date.

2. Also used in the same context to describe information that may be important to the subject that is being written or talked about but is left out, typically to push a certain narrative.
1. The writer that wrote about objectifying women must have newsheimers since he wrote later about how the actress has gained too much weight.

2. It's clear the news organisation has newsheimers when they talked about terrorism statistics, but left out the 'September 11th' attacks in the USA.
by BleuSkiddew May 03, 2017
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