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  • n. A newspaper that includes many opinion pieces.


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Blend of views and newspaper


  • "viewspaper" - where today Glover deconstructs the attacks made by the Tory tabloids on Nick Clegg.

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  • Most recently the Trust's commitment to serious journalism came with the Autumn 2004 stampede of the British quality press into tabloid format - with the Independent, famously, re-branding itself as a "viewspaper" rather than what it had been for the first 18 years of its 20-year life - on outfit that did news bit before it did the comment bit.

    Alan Rusbridger: Corporate Social Responsibility and Newspapers

  • A paper, incidentally, that defended itself ferociously from the criticism of Blair that it was a "viewspaper" rather than a newspaper?

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • I mean, it didn't like being attacked by Blair as a "viewspaper", but on Saturday it published an article that made it something else entirely.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • The Independent "viewspaper" has a circulation of just over 211,000.

    JPost Headlines

  • Tony Blair called it a 'viewspaper', and maybe that's its biggest problem.


  • Jun 5 2008: A collection of 'viewspaper' front pages from the Independent.

    Adrian Monck

  • M: The DT is no longer a true newspaper, but a viewspaper.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Following on from our last post about Greenwich Time and the role that it plays within Greenwich its interesting to note that this week sees a relaunch of the viewspaper.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • When they realised that the election was on Thursday they called up the company that delivers Greenwich Time and at short notice got them to rush out the viewspaper?

    Archive 2008-05-01


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  • June 21, 2007