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Marquee Collection#26 February 9, 2010

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Q. Identify the logo? Think newspapers.

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Ans.: Gonzo fist of Gonzo Journalism. Gonzo was first used in 1970 to describe an article by Hunter S. Thompson.

Gonzo journalism tends to favor style over accuracy and often uses personal experiences and emotions to provide context for the topic or event being covered. It disregards the ‘polished’ edited product favored by newspaper media and strives for the gritty factor. Use of quotations, sarcasm, humor, exaggeration, and even profanity is common. The use of Gonzo journalism suggests that journalism can be truthful without striving for objectivity and is loosely equivalent to an editorial.

Rightly answered by Anubhav, Kumar Gaurav, Kayal, Trats, Debashish and Kaushik.

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1. Kaushik Saha - February 9, 2010

Gonzo journalism is a style of journalism which is written subjectively, often including the reporter as part of the story via a first person narrative. The style tends to blend factual and fictional elements to emphasize an underlying message and engage the reader. The word Gonzo was first used in 1970 to describe an article by Hunter S. Thompson, who later popularized the style. The term has since been applied to other subjective artistic endeavors.

2. Debasish - February 9, 2010

Gonzo

3. kayal - February 9, 2010

gonzo journalism…hunter thompson…

4. trats - February 10, 2010

“Gonzo Fist” used to indicate Gonzo journalism. 1st used to refer to an article by Hunter s Thomson

5. Anubhav Chatterjee - February 11, 2010

Gonzo Fist

6. Kumar Gaurav - February 11, 2010

gonzo fist


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