There's no greater fear for a tabloid newspaper editor & his (almost all of them are men) proprietor than a reporter who undergoes a Damascene conversion. Imagine, therefore, the palpitations felt by Richard Desmond, owner of the Daily Express & the Daily Star, at the willingness of Richard Peppiatt, a former hack at the latter rag, to expose their distortions, smears & bigotry. Peppiatt has now started a vlog (video blog), as Roy Greenslade noted the other day (http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/greenslade/2013/feb/01/richard-peppiatt-prince-harry ).
Desmond was the reptile who charmingly informed the Leveson Inquiry that he had no time for ethics (http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/jan/12/richard-desmond-leveson-inquiry-ethics ).
Greenslade refers to Peppiatt's delivery & presentation as "What The Papers Say with attitude." It could also be viewed as Estuary English Jon Stewart.