If not every person sees the same news at the same time, then the question becomes: Who should see what when? […] You should see a story if:
—You specifically go looking for it.
—It affects you or any of your communities.
—There is something you might be able to do about it.
Interest, effects, agency. These are three ways that a story might intersect with you, and they are reasons you might need to see it.
— Jonathan Stray, cap del Overview Project a Associated Press.