Editors and writers with The Onion work on elections copy in October 2008 during a drafts meeting at the website's offices, then in New York. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Area Satirical Publication The Onion Sold To Univision (Seriously)
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The Onion announced that it will cease producing print editions of the satirical news source, in favor of its digital efforts. Here, an Onion story from July that declared the death of print. The Onion hide caption

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Before it disappeared from the Web: Here's how People's Daily Online packaged its coverage of the "news" that Kim Jong Un is 2012's sexiest man. People's Daily Online (frame grab of a page that has now been removed) hide caption

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The mysterious, most-interesting, super-sexy North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. (And if you believe all that, you may be reading too many reports from Chinese media.) Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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