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17 August 2012
Tabloid (2010) DVDR-iGNiTiON
English | 87 mins | .IMG/R1 NTSC DVD5 | Dolby Digital 2.0 48.0khz | 3.7 GiB
22 April 2012
Videohive - Paparazzi Tabloid Newspaper 118929 - Projects for After Effects
This is the Paparazzi tabloid template. It’s best for promo, product launch or any special event like wedding or birthday. You’ll be a talk of the town with these tabloid. Act as the tabloid editor. All texts are editable, you can change the name of the tabloid, headline and everything. And also simply replace the pictures into the prepared area and render.
After Effects CS3HDV 1280?720 , 29.97 fps. | 20 placeholder picture for photo or video with text. | No 3rd-party plugins required. | No pre-rendered. | Duration 30 sec. | Shutter sound INCLUDED | Music is from Envato resource, it’s NOT INCLUDED | Very small file size, just 1.9 MB.
HD 1280x720 | Adobe After Effects CS3, CS4 | 30.3 Mb
17 September 2011
American Tabloid: A Novel
English | Publisher: Vintage (April 24, 2001) | ISBN-10: 037572737X | MP3 64Kbps | 1.17 GB
Although it follows his L.A. Trilogy chronologically, Ellroy's visceral, tightly plotted new novel unfolds on a much wider stage, delivering a compelling and detailed view of the American underworld from the late 1950s to the assassination of JFK. Demythologizing the Camelot years, Ellroy (White Jazz) depicts a nexus of renegade government agencies, mobsters, industrial tycoons and Hollywood players fueling the rise and fall of the Kennedy administration.
2 April 2011
The Tabloid Terrorist: The Predicative Construction of New Terrorism in the Media by Alexander Spencer
Publisher: P alg rave Macmillan | 2010 | ISBN: 0230575587 | PDF | 272 pages | 12 MB
Words matter in terrorism research. Not only do they describe reality, but they actively take part in the construction of the world as we see, talk, hear, imagine and ultimately react to it. The Tabloid Terrorist introduces a constructivist approach to the study of terrorism by examining the discursive constitution of the terrorist in tabloid newspapers. It shows how language in the media affects our perceptions of "terrorists" and how particular constructions of the "terrorist" automatically make certain counter-terrorism policies possible, logical and seemingly appropriate.