On the front page of this week’s Sunday Times, Jim Rutenberg provided a lengthy cross-section into the world of celebrity gossip, most specifically in its grossest (and most lucrative) format, the internet. Looking specifically at its most successful voices, namely websites TMZ and Radar, we are given a glimpse of the utterly predatorial scalpel of its journalism, as well as its no-holds-barred methods, becoming all the more essential as the public eye only grows hungrier.

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Posting more than 30 exclusive items a day is common. “We’re trying to build what they call addicts online,” [editor in chief of Radar] Mr….

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