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Presstitute is a term that applies to journalism that is misleadingly tailored to fit a particular partisan, financial or business agenda. Coined by Gerald Celente, the word is a portmanteau of 'press' and 'prostitute.'
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- David, Supriti (June 9, 2017). "#Presstitute: The Online War Against Women With An Opinion SUPRITI DAVID". TheCitizen.
- Valderama, Tita (September 25, 2016). "Who's the real "presstitute?"". The Manila Times.
- "Gerald Celente: Meet the man who coined the term presstitute; VK Singh made it famous". News18 India. April 8, 2015.
- "General V K Singh presses on presstitute again". Indian Express. April 8, 2015.
- Baweja, Harinder (July 20, 2016). "'Presstitutes' and 'prostitutes': The language our netas use". Hindustan Times.
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