the process by which a newspaper of note descends into the bowels of tabloid sensationalism or glossy-magazine frivolity, through the replacement of serious news by "lifestyle" features.
The New York Times was a great paper before lifestylization replaced the real journalism with page after page of celebrity gossip, wealth worship, and interior decorating tips.
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