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yellow press

Journalism with the primary aim of sparking reader interest—reporting the facts are secondary. I can't believe you read those tabloids—they're just yellow press stuffed with ads.
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These "contradictions" also recall the yellow newspaper's reputation for slanderous, unsubstantiated stories, and the "outrageous angles" in the wallpaper call to mind the embellished tales of murder and intrigue that abounded in the yellow press.
What surprised me last month was seeing that the yellow press in Nicaragua has suddenly become very interested in the state of the Nicaraguans living in Costa Rica, coming out with wild stories about how Costa Ricans are enslaving them and do this and that.
Seemingly, it was a big deal last year for the yellow press in Switzerland to wear a Halloween costume and now this year everybody celebrated Halloween, even German politicians.
On Friday, the Alpha channel announced the indefinite suspension of Jungle and its sister show Yellow Press.
Not because anyone was especially upset about the weed itself, but because the Mexicans made an easy political target for politicians and the yellow press.
Their approach discusses his life up to the invasion of Cuba including his youth and how his life culminated with his achievement of becoming the "hero" via his cultivation of the American yellow press.
It is not the same as posting ``Reward - Dead or Alive'' on the wall of some Old West saloon, but the $100,000 reward offered by The National Enquirer that helped bring an arrest in the killing of Ennis Cosby was only the latest expression of a newspaper tradition extending to the most lurid days of the yellow press.
In order to expose the utter lack of civility and citizenship in the white community, the editorial feigns sympathy with these young hoodlums, many of them yet in their teens, [who] get their inspiration from what they read in the yellow press.
It was ferociously suppressed by the Spanish General Valeriano Weyler, and the American so-called yellow press fanned public opinion against Spain.
The sensational reports of the " yellow press " about Spanish atrocities in Cuba aroused American resentment against Spain, as did the publication of a letter written by Dupuy de Lome, Spanish minister to the U.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A reporter from the Millet daily, which is among those critical media outlets that were targeted on Wednesday by a harsh police raid as part of a government-led media crackdown, has shared his yellow press card covered in blood via social media.
It is also asserted the so-called yellow press and "DAP-sated" Congressional allies are doing a disservice to the Filipino people by turning a blind eye to the inadequacies of President Noynoy Aquino.
I will not comment on yellow press publications", Borisov snapped.
Despite the best efforts of the yellow press - much of it foreign-owned, of course - not many bought the line that the treaty represented the end of life in Britain as we know it.