June 2006
Campaign;6/23/2006, Issue 25, p12
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The article focuses on some of the websites and television programs. The website, www.dailygut.com, is created and updated by the ex-Maxim editor Greg Gutfeld. Similar in style to the spoof newspaper "The Onion," the site is a mixture of made-up news stories, celebrity gossip and frankly strange opinion pieces. The television program "World Cuppa" is built around the World Cup and is presented by Christian O'Connell. It is aired on ITV4. The website of the journal "The Financial Times" has long been a must-see source of breaking news and archive material, but now it looks fresher and cleaner and boasts a vastly improved search facility.


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