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tabloid journalism

noun as in yellow journalism


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As drama it was accepted that tabloid journalism and high principle were not natural bedfellows.

It was also a time when new media was exploding—which in this case meant the rise of tabloid journalism.

I was in New York during the CPJ case, and it was just an appalling thing to witness, tabloid journalism at its feral worst.

Under the guise of cheeky, daring, dashing tabloid journalism, Murdoch has presided over widespread criminality.

Assange, already known to be somewhat of a hothead, rebuked CNN and King for shameful “tabloid journalism.”

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tabloid journalism, such as: aggrandizement, boasting, excess, fabrication, hype, and hyperbole.

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