Season 184 - Day 6 of 14
This style of journalism blurs the lines between subjectivity and objectivity, often featuring the writer as part of the story via a first-person narrative.
The term was first used to describe an article about the Kentucky Derby in 1970, and it's closely associated with the work of Hunter S. Thompson.
Characterized by its punchy, exaggerated style and the reporter's immersion in the events, this approach to storytelling goes against the traditional norms of journalism.
What is this unique style of journalism known for its bold, unconventional techniques and personal involvement of the journalist?
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