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A newshole is a journalism term that stands for the amount of space available daily for news in a newspaper.[1] The column inches reserved for newshole is usually the remaining spaces after paid advertisements are filled.[2]

Newshole Allocation Policies[edit]

From 1957 to 1975 a typical daily newspaper in the United States used around 45% of its space for nonadvertising content.[3]