By Lou Marzeles
Editor 

Being the Village Gossip is bad for business

 

September 20, 2017



Years ago, when I was at The Washington Times in D.C., we did an interesting story on the National Enquirer. A spokesperson for that publication told us, “Every story we run is true—we’re just careful not to report ourselves out of a story.”

Translation: if you dig into a story only a little, being careful not to dig too deep, you can run just about anything. That is also why people generally buy the Enquirer for entertainment, not for news.

You know—the same way people use social media. Online is where you want to go for all your real fake news, especially social media. According to actual news sources, a large portion of the population of the U.S. gets its news in the form of...



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