In Touch sold out to Enquirer's parent, so now it starts up with the Tom-foolery - 2019-11-23

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F347.png In Touch sold out to Enquirer's parent, so now it starts up with the Tom-foolery November 23, 2019, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Last year, German publishing giant Bauer sold In Touch magazine to American Media Inc., the company that owns the National Enquirer.

The sale of a supermarket tabloid from one company to another probably didn't mean anything to the vast majority of its consumers, but we can remember spending a long time on the telephone a few years ago with a smart and competent In Touch journalist who truly wanted to understand Scientology's relationship to its celebrities and what that meant for Tom Cruise and his daughter Suri. When the ensuing story came out, it showed a respect for the truth.

Sadly, that's no longer the case. The most recent issue of In Touch now demonstrates the really dishonest trick that its sister publications love to play on readers (and that we're surprised its readers seem to put up with).

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = In Touch sold out to Enquirer's parent, so now it starts up with the Tom-foolery | url = https://tonyortega.org/2019/11/23/tom-cruise-scientology-in-touch-enquirer/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = November 23, 2019 | accessdate = November 23, 2019 }}