Dear good people,

In this opportunity, I'd like to confirm whether this tagline is grammatically correct or not

"Updated News On Inspiring Today's Sensation"

And if not, can you tell me the best structure for it?

What does it mean?
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It will serve as a tagline to an online news website...

I find the meaning confusing for "updated news on inspiring today's sensation" sounds like "updated news about how to inspire today's sensation", when it should actually mean "updated news that inspires today's sensation"

Therefore, I believe that it would be better to put it like "updated news, inspiring today's sensation"

What do you think?

Thanks, dude Emotion: smile
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We're getting there. I'm sorry, but I still don't know what you mean by "sensation".