Knowing that the poorly-resourced paper would not beat its competitors on news, it turned its focus to features and, as people were watching television in ever-increasing numbers, centred its attention on the lives of actors both on and off-screen.
“The content of his papers shifted towards a fascination with the sex and love lives of the famous,” wrote Kim Mc Namara in Paparazzi: Media Practices and Celebrity Culture.
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