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new york's village voice and weeklies are not included in this week's top 10 list. unlike tabloids the weeklies often are based on left wing editorial with lots of original local content and and entertainment listings. the village voice boasts "no-holds-barred reporting and criticism" and runs a national network of free weeklies in sf la ny and all over. metro silicon valley covers the sf south bay area. the sf bay guardian [mother of all weeklies] competes with all free weeklies for advertising dollars. the east bay express claims berkely oakland and the entire north east side of the bay area. free. advertising supported. support the free weeklies and vote democrat. traditionally liberal the weeklies claim accuracy in reporting and rarely try convincing their public that aliens have invaded the capitol or the colin powell is indeed a deceased version of america's first black president abraham lincoln. tabloids are found at supermarket check-out counters [$2 these days] while weeklies have their own self-serve free dispenseries at strategic locations. tabloids specialize in celebrity mudslinging and grisly horror stories. unbelievable government conspiracies. police cover-ups. tabloids are the place to be for readers and for the big money. weeklies struggle for readership and fight for ad dollars from area businesses. for a complete and total waste of time start your own free weekly and try to compete with city newspapers magazines cable television local television and other weeklies for ad dollars. the award goes to the national enquirer for the most outrageous and entertaining news and for qualifying tabloids as an almost must-have supplement to the real news.
publishing and regulatory. "valleylist" 2012 adds a weekly focus on publishing and regulatory including the real time "valleylist" newsfeed. tabloids and weeklies are always being sued by celebrities for slander and libel. the judgements are enormous and harsh. prison time for calling john travolta a girly-man. it did happen. normal regulatory policies apply to tabloids. monopoly status is limited by federal and international anti-trust laws. the latest complete and total waste of time is the tabloid news efforts to be taken seriously. did rupert murdoch jump out the window at the latest british tabloid scandal. did attorneys and public relations experts make the scandal a boost for the publishing magnate. tabloid journalism really works. murdoch unavailable for comment.