A form of news coverage which is watered-down, dumbed-down and/or consists of stories of limited importance but greater popular appeal.
Step into an elevator and you hear muzak. Tune to CNN, MSNBC, or FOX News Channel and you see newzak.
by Chris Connett June 27, 2006
The modern equivalent of muzak, where small TV screens have replaced speakers in elevators and stream tidbits of seemingly useless information to patrons as they ride up to their offices in the morning.
I was reading the newzak in the elevator this morning and learned that you should rinsed your mouth with non-alchoholic mouth wash after brushing to rinse away the bits of bacteria dislodged from your teeth while brushing.
by Ralphrr May 25, 2012