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tabloidization

Syllabification: tab·loid·i·za·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌtabloidəˈzāSH(ə)n
 
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Definition of tabloidization in English:

noun

A change in emphasis from the factual to the sensational, especially in television news: the tabloidization of the nightly news during sweeps week
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  • Competition between media outlets is driving these stories as well - there has been an undoubted tabloidisation of the mainstream media in the past two decades.
  • This will herald the full tabloidisation of all the broadsheets within the next few years.
  • The tabloidization of newspapers is a global phenomenon.

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