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"As I said earlier, Michelle, I won't answer questions about economic or foreign policy. I'm here to talk about my sexual escapades."
Tags:politician, politicians, scandal, scandals, brag, brags, bragging, interview, interviews, interviewing, corrupt politician, corrupt politicians, distraction, distractions, distracting, important issue, important issues, focus, focuses, focusing, tabloid, tabloids, tabloid sensationalism, substantive issue, substantive issues, policy, policy issues, tv interview, tv interviews, deflect, deflects, deflecting
Tags:rag, mag, mags, magazine, magazines, tabloid, tabloids, celebrity magazine, newspaper, newspapers, news, newsagent, news agent, wedding, weddings, wed, newly wed, newly-wed, newly weds, newlyweds, gossip, gossips, rumour, rumor, rumours, rumors, bride, brides, bridal, groom, grooms, married, marriage, married life, materialism, materialistic, material, spinster, spinsters, unwed, wedlock, wed lock, gold digger, golddigger, gold-digger, propose, proposed, proposal, proposals, wedding season, wedding industry, editorial, editorials
"You look sensational!"
Tags:news, newspaper, newspapers, tabloid, tabloids, paper, papers, press, media, journalism, sensational, headline, headlines, new york, new york city, ny, nyc, fashion, style, clothes, clothing, dress, dresses, womensewear, women's fashion, women's clothing, women's clothes, compliment, compliments, complimenting, wordplay, word play
Tags:newspaper, newspapers, news, papers, paper, tabloid, tabloids, backpage, back page, back pages, back pager, back pagers, kid, kids, child, children, family, families, problem, problems, role switch, age, aging, adulthood, adults, parenting, parenthood, mother, mothers, father, fathers, mum, mums, mom, moms, dad, dads, personals, personal, advertise, advertised, print, print media, print-media
'Typical media bias. First they label the wolf 'the big BAD wolf' then they only give Little Red Riding Hood's point of view.'
A woman waits in a "Gossip" stand
Tags:news, newspaper, newspapers, jounalist, jounalism, jounalists, gossip, gossipmag, gossip mag, gossip mags, gossip magazine, gossip magazines, high-brow, high brow, low brow, low-brow, news stand, news stands, rumour, rumor, rumours, rumors, gossiping, gossips, daily news, update, updating, tabloid, tabloids, tabloid journalism, tabloid magazine, tabloid magazine, circulate, circulation, gossip monger, circulating stereotype, stereotypes, gender stereotype
Naming World War II.
Tags:paparazzi, fame, famous, overnight sensation, overnight sensations, tv, tvs, television, televisions, camera, cameras, camera crew, camera crews, reporter, reporters, invasion of privacy, interview, interviews, celeb, celebs, celebrity, celebrities, personal space, news, press, tabloid, tabloids
"This Year on the Via Venetto... Paparazzi with Fiber Optics."
Tags:paparazzi, fiber optic, fiber optics, fibre optic, fibre optics, fiber optic cable, fiber optic cables, fibre optic cable, fibre optic cables, movie star, movie stars, film star, film stars, model, models, spy, spies, spying, invasion of privacy, invasions of privacy, celebrity, celebrities, italy, italian villa, italian villas, gossip, gossips, tabloid, tabloids, tabloid journalist, tabloid journalists, tabloid journalism, wire, wires, spaghetti, pasta, noodle, noodles, gossip rag, gossip rags
Tags:tabloid, tabloids, finance, finances, financial, financial market, financial markets, newspaper, newspapers, checkout, checkouts, supermarket checkout, supermarket checkouts, tall tale, tall tales, wild story, tabloid story, tabloid stories, financial paper, paper of record, papers of record, mass appeal, wide appeal, lowest common denominator, marketing
Paperboy delivers the Avian news to his bird customers.
Gossip, Rumours and Wacky Stunts
"Sometimes I wonder if English really is my native tongue."
Tags:newspaper, newspapers, bad newspaper, bad newspapers, tabloid, tabloids, the tabloids, journalist, journalists, journalism, tabloid journalist, tabloid journalists, bad english, native tongue, reading, morning paper, the morning papers, long sighted, long sightedness, farsighted, farsightedness, poor english, poor grammar, falling standards
Comparing the headlines of three different New York based newspapers.
Tags:new, newspaper, newspapers, new york, new york city, ny, nyc, daily news, journalism, reporting, sensationalism, headline, headlines, front page, front pages, front page news, reporter, reporters, journalist, journalists, tabloid, tabloids, current events, current affairs, media, press, gutter press, sensational journalism, exaggerating, exaggeration, fake news
"Read all about it! Falling leaves kill six!"
"I've been reading the trashiest scientific abstract."
Tags:abstract, abstracts, scientific abstracts, journal, journals, peer review, peer reviewed, academic, academics, academia, guilty pleasure, guilty pleasures, trash, trashy, trashiest, scientist, scientists, trash, tabloid, tabloids, paperback, paperbacks, professor, professors, instructor, instructors, teacher, teachers, university, universities, college, colleges
"The people in my new novel have started rejecting print media. That's a bad omen."
Tags:writer, writers, author, authors, writing, book, books, novel, novels, print media, media, character, characters, fictional character, fictional characters, bad omen, bad sign, bad omens, bad signs, reject, rejecting, rejection, rejections, magazine, magazines, tabloid, tabloids, periodical, newspaper, newspapers, publication, publications, out-of-work, unemployment, technology, modern life
"The idea that the government introduces change for the SAKE of it is NONSENSE...we also introduce it so we have an endless stream of tabloid friendly headlines and meaningless sound bites."
"I'm cutting articles out of the newspaper while we still can."
Tags:news, newspaper, newspapers, tabloid, tabloids, broadsheet, broadsheets, media, media coverage, breakfast, over breakfast, the paper, read the paper, reading the paper, papers, information, info, source, sources, sourced, impartial, impartial information, knowledge, modern life, media manipulation, cutting, clipping, clippings, cuttings, print media, print, print culture, digital, digitized, digitised, online, internet, web
"There's an article in here that explains why you're such an idiot."
Tags:relationship, relationships, relationship issues, relationship problems, marriage, marriages, married life, couple, couples, husband, husbands, wife, wives, spouse, spouses, partner, partners, boyfriend, boyfriends, girlfriends, date, dates, dating, woman, women, females, male, males, men, man, magazine, magazines, tabloid, tabloids, literature, reading, media, article, articles, idiot, stupid, explanation, explanations, understanding, advice, women's magazines, stereotype, stereotypes, modern life
Caution: Driver Watching "Hard Copy"
Tags:tabloid, tabloids, mass media, reality, reality tv, rv, recreational vehicle, caravan, caravans, camper, camper van, camping, camp, drive, driving, drives, vacation, vacations, holiday, holidays, summer, summery, annual leave, leave, bumper sticker, bumper stickers, road, roads, road safety, drive safely, safety, safely, safe, highway, highways, road trip
"Ralph said he'd give up cigars if I gave up Prince Charles and Di."
Tags:addiction, addictions, addict, addicts, tabloid, tabloids, charles, prince charles, diana, princess diana, bad habit, bad habits, guilty pleasure, guilty pleasures, gender divide, gender stereotype, stereotype, stereotypes, stereotyping, smoker, smokers, smoking, charles and di, charles and diana, busybody, busybodies, gossip, gossips, gossip rag, gossip rags, royal, royals, royal family, royal families
"By the way, if you're involved in some sort of sex scandal I'd rather find out about it from you than from the media."
Tags:media, couples, living room, reading, affair, affairs, media report, media reports, firsthand, find out firsthand, finding out firsthand, husband, husbands, wife, wives, scandal, scandals, political scandal, political scandals, tabloid, tabloids, tabloid press, tabloid journalist, tabloid journalism, bad news, hear bad news, hears bad news, hearing bad news, mankoff
Hoping to encourage readers to buy the hard copy of the paper, the Journal Times Herald, only printed every other word in its online edition.
"Stop worrying about Madonna. She's probably just retooling for her next surge."
Tags:gossip, gossips, gossiping, celebrity gossip, tabloid, tabloids, tabloid journalism, worry, worries, worrying, worried, checkout, checkout line, checkout lines, newspaper, newspapers, retool, retools, image, change of image, change, changes, lifestyle, lifestyles, pop star, pop stars, pop, singer, singers, singing, reinvent, reinvents, reinventing, reinvention, reinventions, rebrand, rebrands, rebranding, hot and cold, longevity