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  • v. Alternative spelling of sensationalize.

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Examples

  • As soon as the opportunity arose again, and when it suited them, the media deliberately used the old figures to "sensationalise" the road fatalities, he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • BBC radio chief: The Archers must avoid more sensationalist storylines The head of BBC radio has warned that the producers of The Archers must resist the temptation to "sensationalise" more storylines, in the wake of the controversial death of the character Nigel Pargetter.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • On the walls of the Saigon bureaus of major American news organisations were often displayed horrific photographs that were never published and rarely sent because it was said they were would "sensationalise" the war by upsetting readers and viewers and therefore were not "objective".

    The Guardian World News

  • Los Angeles Superior Court J.dge Robert J. Perry has banned candid images of Smith, obtained by prosecutors, from being shown in court, fearing it would "sensationalise" the hearing.

    Hollywood.com - Recent News

  • "sensationalise" the hearing, which is aimed at determining whether Smith's doctors acted inappropriately when issuing her with prescription drugs.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • With the notable exception of 1-2 media outlets, just about every media organisation be it a newspaper or a tv news channel likes to sensationalise “the news”.

    Ooooh….. I didn’t know that! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Big ratingsBut might broadcasters sensationalise a handful of high-profile cases such as murders, which would receive wall-to-wall coverage – and big ratings – while ignoring the rest?

    Should TV cameras be allowed inside UK law courts?

  • Satchwell adds: The media doesn't sensationalise crime – the crimes are sensational in themselves – its job is to build audiences, and that's what it does.

    Should TV cameras be allowed inside UK law courts?

  • More importantly, Blythe aims not to sensationalise but to show how tragedy brought the community together.

    This week's new theatre

  • The press, which I include this site in, like to sensationalise because that is what draws readership, but crying wolf too many times will turn me off.

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