Tabloids such as The Daily Mail, Daily Express, Sydney Daily Telegraph, The Mirror, The Sun and all the US supermarket rags get criticisms galore and don’t give a damn, they’ve been operating from the bottom of the barrel since they began. But what of the broadsheets?
Broadsheet websites – in their battle with blogs for hits and therefore ad revenues – have been heading towards the rancid end of the click bait bucket for a while now. Fair enough, that’s business. However, they also attempt to exude a holier-than-thou perfume while they do it. Let’s keep them honest or at least slightly less smug.
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