Many sources believe it was named after an 1890s cartoon character, the "Yellow Kid," a lower-class boy who was always getting into trouble. Other sources say the term "yellow journalism" was already in use at that time, referring to the use of scandal, exaggerated claims, and sensationalism to sell newspapers.
Yellow journalism is also known as the yellow press. Yellow journalism is journalism that is base upon sensationalism an crude exaggeration.
i don't know what yellow journalism is.
Yellow journalism relied on exaggeration and false claims.
false. he did Not write in yellow journalism
Journalism is too coal-black to be yellow. Journalism is more weak
Yellow Journalism Apex
It came from a popular comic called "Hogan's Alley" that featured a yellow-dressed character named "the yellow kid".