gutter press


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gutter press

n
(Journalism & Publishing) the section of the popular press that seeks sensationalism in its coverage
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Noun1.gutter press - press that engages in sensational journalism (especially concerning the private lives of public figures)
free press - a press not restricted or controlled by government censorship regarding politics or ideology
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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gutter press

n the gutter pressla stampa scandalistica
References in classic literature ?
The remark would be untrue, but of the kind which, if stated often enough, may become true; just as the remark, "England and Germany are bound to fight," renders war a little more likely each time that it is made, and is therefore made the more readily by the gutter press of either nation.
Drip by poisonous drip the gutter press fed the public an image of Ed Miliband as a buffoon.
In this world of gutter press and increase tv ratings, Islam stressed not to elevate dramatization and scandalize events and news related to community.
Young people are continually demonised by the likes of John March who echo the bile of the gutter press and the government.
Besides, it'll go out tomorrow in the Washington Post, we cannot say that it is the gutter press, [reporting on an] alleged affair between President Barack Obama and Beyonce.
I understand that as a local reporter you get a bigger reaction if you are negative - a trick the gutter press have been using for decades - but you must surely understand that the people of our great city look forward to this annual event.
It was made pretty clear that a representative of the gutter press was not welcome and that I needn't bother returning.
In the "old days", the gutter press vomited out the lowest common denominator of gossip and venal fantasy and was largely disregarded.
Perhaps that's where the term gutter press comes from.
Soderbergh's film traces the men's relationship from a fortuitous first meeting in 1977 to Liberace's death bed in 1987, when the entertainer attempted to keep his HIV status secret from fans and the gutter press.
One individual however, who epitomises every negativity in today's gutter press, and even in the shabbier face of society today, is the loathsome Kelvin MacKenzie.
I've just had the worst time in my life rubbing shoulders--actually masts--with ghastly ex-Soviet gangsters, now being referred to as oligarchs by the gutter press and the New York Times-Washington Post camorra.