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News satire - Wikipedia
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News satire is a type of parody presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content. News satire has been around almost as long as journalism itself, but it is particularly popular on the web (for example on websites like The Onion or Faking News), where it is relatively easy to ...
List of satirical news websites - Wikipedia
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This is a list of satirical news websites which have a satirical bent, are parodies of news, which consist of fake news stories, or other humor. They are not to be confused with fake news websites, which deliberately publish hoaxes in an attempt to profit from gullible readers. In two cases listed here, however, fake news ...
The Onion - Wikipedia
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The Onion is an American digital media company and news satire organization that publishes articles on international, national, and local news. Based in Chicago, the company originated as a weekly print publication on August 29, 1988 in Madison, Wisconsin. In the spring of 1996, The Onion began publishing online.
List of satirical television news programs - Wikipedia
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This is a list of television programs which are either news programs with a satirical bent, or parodies of news broadcasts, with either real or fake stories. The list does not include sitcoms or other programs set in a news-broadcast work environment, such as the US Mary Tyler Moore, the UK's Drop The Dead Donkey, the ...
The Beaverton - Wikipedia
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The Beaverton is a primarily online Canadian news satire publication, based in Toronto, Montreal and Whitehorse. It features news stories, editorials, vox populi and other formats (such as university reviews) whose structure and layout mirror those of conventional newspapers but whose content is contorted to make ...
List of satirical magazines - Wikipedia
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The following is a list of satirical magazines from around the world. Overview[edit] . Name, Country, Place of publication, First edition, Printing status/last issue, Comments. Academia Cațavencu · Romania · Bucharest, 1991, ongoing. Alhudood, Jordan, London, 2013, ongoing. L'Asino · Italy · Rome, 1892, 1925. L' Assiette au ...
List of fake news websites - Wikipedia
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This is a list of fake news sites. These sites intentionally, but not necessarily solely publish hoaxes and disinformation for purposes other than news satire. Some of these sites use homograph spoofing attacks, typosquatting and other deceptive strategies similar to those used in phishing attacks to resemble genuine news ...
This Is That - Wikipedia
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This is That is a news satire program broadcast on CBC Radio, which airs comedic news stories presented in the style of a real CBC Radio public affairs program. The program began as a summer replacement in 2010, returned in the summer of 2011, and was added to the regular schedule in the fall of 2011. It is hosted by ...
Duffel Blog - Wikipedia
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Duffel Blog is an American military news satire organization featuring satirical articles reporting on national security and US military topics. It is often described as "the military version of The Onion." It was founded in March 2012 by Marine veteran Paul Szoldra, originally as a way to drive web traffic to the now defunct ...
Satire - Wikipedia
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Satire is used on many UK television programmes, particularly popular panel shows and quiz shows such as Mock the Week (2005) and Have I Got News for You (1990–ongoing). Similarly it is found on radio quiz shows such as The News Quiz (1977–ongoing) and The Now Show (1998–ongoing). One of the most- watched ...
The Business of The Onion: How America's Best Satirical ...
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May 1, 2015 ... The mock newspaper hadn't printed an issue on actual paper since 2013, and in the period since, it never redesigned its website. As the media world changed— as the New York Times and the Washington Post adapted the ways they published stories online—The Onion lost a key satirical weapon. Visually ...
Lark News - Wikipedia
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Lark News is an online comedy website satirizing contemporary American Christian culture, specifically evangelicalism. It is written by author and freelance journalist Joel Kilpatrick. References[edit]. ^ Jump up to: Hertz, Todd (May 2003). "Christian Satirical Website a Blessing to Some, 'Sick Joke' to Others". Christianity  ...
ClickHole - Wikipedia
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ClickHole is a satirical website from The Onion that parodies clickbait websites such as BuzzFeed and Upworthy. It was launched on June 12, 2014, in conjunction with The Onion's decision to stop its print edition and shift its focus exclusively to the internet. According to ClickHole's senior editor, Jermaine Affonso, the ...
Politicops.com - Fake news sites to watch out for - Pictures ...
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The site called Newslo, located at Politicops.com, says it is the “first hybrid news/ satire platform on the web.” That has become confusing for some readers.
The 1/2 Hour News Hour - Wikipedia
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The 1/2 Hour News Hour is an American television news satire show that aired on the Fox News Channel. The program presented news stories from a conservative perspective, using a satirical format pioneered by Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, and The Daily Show. The first pilot aired ...

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