Tabloid

IB English A: Language & Literature: Tabloid

We often associate tabloid newspapers with sensationalism, low-brow culture and big images. Although these associations are for the most part correct, technically the term "tabloid" refers to the actual size of the newspaper, generally narrower than a broadsheet and stapled together. Having said this, many broadsheets, or classier newspapers, have chosen for the tabloid format, because it is easier for reading on public...


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