Tables are about to turn as TMZ is FINALLY being put on the hot seat. The New Yorker has confirmed that they are releasing a piece on the uber popular website.
The exposé will touch on the “unorthodox reporting tactics of the Warner Brothers-owned TMZ and its founder,” says Hollywood Reporter, which also reports that TMZ chief Harvey Levin is not happy about it.
TMZ debuted in 2005 and stands for “thirty-mile zone,” its 30-mile radius of coverage emanating from Hollywood (starting at West Beverly Blvd. and North La Cienega Blvd.).
“I swear I never knew this, I mean it’s not like i ever researched it either lol!”
The site has been responsible for big stories, such as the elevator fiasco involving Solange Knowles, Beyoncé and Jay Z and the audio of former L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist rant.
Levin, a former attorney whose site is often first with…
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