imaginative journalism


imaginative journalism
   sensationalist fabrication
   It is unwise to call a journalist a liar because the press has more chances of hurting you than you have in return:
    ... a piece of imaginative journalism was being perpetrated by one of its own journalists. (Private Eye, June 1981)

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