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The ____ have been much-criticised by serious newpapers.
Rarely are newspapers completely ____ and show favour to various political parties.
Newspaper editors and TV stations pay vast sums of money for ____.
News and ___ ___ programmes keep us informed of incidents as they happen.
No one can deny the importance of a completely ____ independent press.
The language used in news reports can often be ____ forcing you to read between the lines.
Some reporters don't think twice about telling ___ ___.
Tabloid newspapers often resort to ____ to increase their circulation.
point of view
It's difficult for reporters to write their stories with a completely unbiased ___ ___ ___.
come in for criticism
Many newspapers ___ ___ ___ a lot of ___ for printing untrue stories.
in a negative light
This particular newspaper portrays the government __ __ ___ ___.
go to great lengths
The paparazzi will __ __ __ __ to bring us shocking images because that is what sells newspapers.
His email account was hacked by ___ ___.
The editor decided not to publish all the ___ ___ of the murder.
The newspaper didn't hold back from showing ___ ___ of the war on its front-cover.
distort the truth
Some journalists purposefully ___ ___ ___ to make the story more interesting.
The politician threatened to sue the newspaper after it published a ____ story about him.
Many newspapers and TV stations are ___ towards either the Left or the Right.
Broadsheets tend to publish more ____ stories than tabloids, which are less trustworthy.
kept in the picture
You can be ___ ___ ___ __ about world events by following the rolling news on satellite TV.
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