Stewart's outrage at the sensationalism and superficiality of cable is largely on target.
But she warns against the sensationalism that such studies spark.
The history of journalism is filled with hoaxes, sensationalism, and widespread misconceptions.
Fellini had actual press photographers on set to leak tidbits to keep the sensationalism around the film alive.
One of his kinder letters of recommendation warned that his scholarship was “open to the charge of sensationalism.”
There was no need of exaggeration—of any penny-a-line news, or of any sensationalism.
Locke cannot be truly regarded as the author of sensationalism any more than of idealism.
There is nothing especially new in this critique of sensationalism.
sensationalism in art, as in literature, no doubt has its uses.
Inaccuracy and sensationalism Mr Bennett is welcome to, and to the sort of notoriety it has brought him.