What is another word for tabloid?

Pronunciation: [tˈablɔ͡ɪd] (IPA)

The word "tabloid" has a range of synonyms, each with their own nuances. For example, "gossip rag" connotes a publication that focuses on salacious stories and celebrity scandals. "Rag mag" is another term that emphasizes the sensationalistic and sometimes trashy content of tabloids. "Yellow journalism" refers to a style of reporting that prioritizes sensationalism and exaggeration over accuracy and fairness. "Sensationalist press" and "scandal sheet" are more general terms that describe publications that focus on shocking stories. Finally, "pulp journalism" harks back to the early days of the mass media when cheap paper and printing technology made tabloids accessible to a wider audience.

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Usage examples for Tabloid

Next he began to search in his pocket, and finding that tabloid of poison which I had given him, lifted it toward his mouth.
"Queen Sheba's Ring"
H. Rider Haggard
For many years, however, the following tabloid forms of the legitimate drama were vaudeville's answer to the craving of its audiences for drama.
"Writing for Vaudeville"
Brett Page
Although a tabloid is almost invariably in one act, it is hardly ever in only one scene.
"Writing for Vaudeville"
Brett Page

Famous quotes with Tabloid

  • Well, I mean, the real attack on truth is tabloid journalism in the United States.
    Julian Assange
  • It's like tabloid news programs that talk about how horrible something is, while at the same time they're glorifying it as their top story.
    Daisy Berkowitz
  • Well, honestly, both my husband and I tend to ignore the tabloids. We see them every once in awhile or it comes to our attention that we are in a tabloid for one reason or another. But it's always false.
    Connie Chung
  • There's a lot of people who feel there's a tabloid journalist who had it coming.
    Ralph Fiennes
  • A lot of the tabloid stories are written so well, they're very clever and very funny. But you have to focus on what's really important and not read them - don't dive into it and don't get caught up in it.
    Calista Flockhart

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