Examples of sensationalism in a Sentence
The network was accused of sensationalism in its reporting.
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Sensationalism was a major part of journalism in the early 20th century, but Thomas helped reshape this.
News media, for example, can agree beforehand on how to deal with rumors and avoid sensationalism and gross generalizations.
The term sensationalism was not invented after Trumps election.
Aiming to undercut recent sensationalism, a study in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal (ASJ) calculates the precise risk of dying from BIA-ALCL using a micromort analysis.
Click bait, tweets, fake news, sensationalism and partisanship are the models that drive revenue today.
His reports, often severely critical of the procedures and policies, have led to charges of sensationalism and shoddy methods.
Breitbart succeeds with bombast, shamelessness, vitriol, sensationalism, and ugly appeals to ethnic anxieties.
The lack of sensationalism is what makes SEAL a stronger entry into the military genre this fall than NBC’s The Brave and the CW’s Valor.
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