Noun: "the process of making or becoming characteristic of the paparazzi"
Last modified on 7 May 2012, at 19:01
- 1996 — Sally Kalson, "A craving for wedding bell news", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 30 September 1996:
- I'm a victim, I tell you — a victim of tabloidization and paparazzification and voyeurization and probably four or five other -izations that don't even have names yet.
- 1997 — Mark Ehrman, "The Media Were Right on Cue", The Los Angeles Times, 29 October 1997:
- This is a film with a message, and the message is the media, or "the paparazzification of the media," as Costa-Gavras describes this hostage drama about a TV reporter (Hoffman) who makes the news happen at the same time he reports it.
- 2005 — Ruth Wajnryb, "At the birth of a sniglet", Sydney Morning Herald, 3 December 2005:
- Given the paparazzification (a spur of the moment sniglet) of celebrity, what one does, wears or says is beamed out to millions in a nanosecond.
- 2007 — Paul Nesbit-Larking, Politics, Society, and the Media, Broadview Press (2007), ISBN 9781551118123, page 359:
- […] "shoddy ethics, rampant sensationalism, entertainment masquerading as news, unfounded rumour disseminated as fact, unsourced stories, brazen invasions of privacy — it's the paparazzification of journalism."