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Relating to a tabloid or tabloids

tabloid journalism.

In the format of a tabloid
A newspaper having pages half the dimensions of the standard format, especially one that favours stories of a sensational nature over more serious news
A tabloid is a newspaper that has small pages, short articles, and lots of photographs. Tabloids are often considered to be less serious than other newspapers. Compare broadsheet. a newspaper that has small pages, a lot of photographs, and stories mainly about sex, famous people etc rather than serious news broadsheet (Tabloid a trademark for a medicinal tablet (19-20 centuries); because of the small size of the tablet)
11" x 17" page size
A large-format publication, usually half the size of a standard newspaper, about 10 x 14 inches
newspaper with half-size pages
a newspaper whose pages are A3
A small newspaper that opens like a book, printed on paper that is usually 10 by 14 inches, often containing seedy content
Using a broadsheet as a measure; one half of a broadsheet
one half of a news paper sheet measuring 11 75 x 15 - 17; more commonly referred to as a page size measuring 11 x 17 to top
{i} small format newspaper providing news in a condensed form and containing sensational material or gossip
format of newspaper or business paper, smaller than regular newspaper, usually type size page 14-1/4 inches (200 lines) deep, 5 columns (10-1/4 inches) wide
Newspaper format about half the size of a broadsheet newspaper e g 40 cm x 5 or 6 columns
A size of newspaper that is roughly half the size of a standard newspaper A page size is normally 14" high by 12" wide
A compressed portion of one or more drugs or chemicals, or of food, etc
Preprinted advertising insert of four or more pages, usually about half the size of a regular newspaper page, designed for insertion into a newspaper
sensationalist journalism
paper term
One type of newspaper format, generally measuring 38cm x 7col in total dimensions
Compressed or condensed, as into a tabloid; administrated in or as in tabloids, or small condensed bits; as, a tabloid form of imparting information
A size of newspaper similar to the Daily Mail or Daily Mirror - approximately 395mm x 300mm (See also Broadsheet)
11 x 17 279 x 432
a page normally half the size of a broadsheet Popular national newspapers are tabloid in size
A large-format publication, usually half the size of a standard newspaper
tabloid TV
Television news programming that presents the news in a fast-paced, condensed form, usually with sensational material
plural of tabloid
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