90 Years Of The National ENQUIRER! Find Out How One Magazine Changed Modern Journalism

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Oct. 3 2016, Published 6:08 p.m. ET

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For nearly 100 years, The National ENQUIRER has been on the forefront of investigative reporting, and now, a new panel is set convene in Washington D.C., exploring how America's original tabloid changed the face of modern journalism.

Since its first issue in 1926, The ENQUIRER has explored the scandalous secrets of politicians and Hollywood heavyweights alike. As journalism historian Christopher Tennant notes, “The Enquirer nuclearized the tabloid formula, pushed the boundaries of good taste and gave the people what they wanted — the unvarnished but highly sensationalized truth.”

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Now, the public has been granted a rare opportunity to hear from the minds behind the brand that has exposed some of the most shocking stories of the past century. Panelists include editor-in-chief Dylan Howard, senior reporter David Wright, and attorney Cameron Stracher, and more.

Do not miss your chance to attend this special event on October 8th at 2:00pm. Register here.



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