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    pschearer Premium Member 9 months ago

    Yellow journalism.

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    ncrist  9 months ago

    The Enquirer

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 9 months ago

    Really, you could not beat the Weekly World News. So good they made a joke out of it in MIB.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 9 months ago

    Broadsheets. These were handed out like playbills on the street with a pointed outlook on one or several issues of the day. But nothing like the near-instantaneous spread of online chin-wagging.

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    seanfear  9 months ago


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    Jml58  9 months ago

    Mrs. Grundy.

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    bmiller  9 months ago

    ABC,NBC,CBS pick one

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    cdward  9 months ago

    They had The National Enquirer. That has turned into Fox News, so look there.

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    HappyDog{ᴰᵒ ᵁ ᴿᵉᵃᵈ ᴮᵒᶻᵒˀ} Premium Member 9 months ago

    In London it was Hyde Park’s Speakers Corner.

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    timinwsac Premium Member 9 months ago

    The same place we learned about sex….on the streets.

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    chemhoover Premium Member 9 months ago

    Fox News

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    yvettekt Premium Member 9 months ago

    National Enquirer, MIB also used them in the movie.

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    NELS BALWIT Premium Member 9 months ago

    Back in the 1960’s my dad was on the local schoolboard. He would get the various local papers and see how they reported on the issues. He would frequently wonder if they were even there. I’ve been present at minor things that made the paper. What happened and what was printed were wildly different. The news is all about making money and pushing an agenda or pushing an agenda and making money.

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    cactusjack99 Premium Member 9 months ago

    From Republicans and conservatives. Always.

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    raybarb44  9 months ago

    They printed the stuff back then too…..

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    Searcy9320  9 months ago

    Most major networks of the 50’s & 60’s (CBS, ABC, & NBC) held the Vietnam body count secret. Body counts of Viet Cong greatly exaggerated and American greatly less than actual bodies coming home. Finally, Walter Cronkite let the world know that Viet Nam could not be won. As President Johnson stated. “That’s it. If I’ve lost Cronkite, I’ve lost middle America.”

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    wildwaverly  9 months ago

    The National Enquirer

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    harshco  9 months ago

    it was called gossip

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    kurtbenrud  9 months ago

    Fox News was around for a little while before them.But I think they USED to report facts (before 2000 CE).

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