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|English to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: yellow press|
|type of journalism, article|
A popular name for newspapers and periodicals of the early 20th century that published news stories of a vulgarly sensational nature. Synonymous with gutter press. See also: tabloid.
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Publishers of shocking and sensational stories etc.
To remain competitive tabloids often entice readers with shocking and sensational stories, lurid details of scandals and crimes, pin-ups etc., which explains why they are sometimes called the gutter press or ‘yellow press'.
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Native speaker of: Russian
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