Difference between Tabloids and Broadsheets?


The difference between a tabloid and a broadsheet is that broadsheet refers to the most common newspaper format which is typically 11 to 12 inches wide and more than 20 inches long. Tabloids refer to a type of newspaper that typically measures 11*17 inches and is 5 columns across, narrower than the broadsheet.
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The difference between the two is that, a broadsheet is much bigger and has two folds, both vertical and horizontal, while a tabloid is lesser and folded only once, much like an ordinary magazine.
The difference between a tabloid and broadsheet is that tabloids are best known for a lesser type of journalism that dealt with sleaze sex scandals, corruption and other things that their customarily working and new middle class readership apparently enjoy. While the broadsheet tends to have better written articles, with much less scandal and gossip, much less sensational headlines and people depend on them for 'serious news'.
A broadsheet is bigger than a tabloid, and a broadsheet involves two folds, both vertical and horizontal. A tabloid on the other hand is smaller, and it is folded only once, like a regular magazine. In addition to the difference in size, tabloid journalism is more sensational and gossipy whereas in a broadsheet, news is typically more formal.
A broadsheet is much is said to be bigger than a tabloid and it involves two folds, both vertical and horizontal also broadsheets were fat and short and had more dense writing while tabloids were best known for a lower type of journalism that dealt with sleaze, corruption, sex scandals and other things.
A tabloid is smaller than a periodical newspaper, usually free of charge and contains gossip or scandalous stories popularly about public figures; while a broadsheet refers to the largest format daily newspaper having vertical pages.
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