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'''Tabloids''' are [[newspaper]]s that practice sensationalist journalism, while reporting on trivial events that happen in the lives of celebrities. They are known to make false claims in order to get sales, which has resulted in [[libel]] lawsuits from celebrities.
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'''Tabloids''' are [[newspaper]]s that practice sensationalist journalism, while reporting on trivial events that happen in the lives of [[celebrities]]. They are known to make false claims in order to get sales, which has resulted in [[libel]] lawsuits from celebrities.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
[[Essay:Liberal celebrity obsession]]
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* [[Yellow journalism]]
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* [[National Enquirer]]
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* [[People magazine]]
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* [[Essay:Liberal celebrity obsession]]
  
[[category:newspapers]]
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[[Category : Newspapers]]

Revision as of 12:02, 6 January 2015

Tabloids are newspapers that practice sensationalist journalism, while reporting on trivial events that happen in the lives of celebrities. They are known to make false claims in order to get sales, which has resulted in libel lawsuits from celebrities.

See Also