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Radar Online is an American entertainment and gossip website that was first published as a print and online publication in September 2003 before becoming exclusively online. As of 2008, the magazine has been owned by the publisher American Media Inc.

A flop from the start, the print magazine was suddenly shuttered in 2008, after its primary backer, billionaire Ron Burkle, who owned a substantial interest in Star and National Enquirer publisher American Media, withdrew. Radar Online was relaunched in March 2009 with a rebranding, focusing on celebrity items about gossip, fashion and pop culture. All of the articles previously published by Radar Online were erased from the site.

The online magazine is not much better than the defunct print magazine. It posts tired reviews and gossip culled from other blogs under the guise of authentic journalism. It's anything but that, Radar Sucks!


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GK says

"Our company tested the Building Radar service for one month with agreement that we have the right to cancel the subscription any time during the trial. Trial period was not free of charge, but at a cost agreed which we were happy to pay at the end of trial period even provided we have not found theirs service useful. We did cancel the service at the end of trial period, however Building Radar refused to accept the cancellation. Without even talking to us or presenting any kind of invoices they hired debt collection agency that now are forcing us to pay for the whole year plus debt collection fees. They are forcing on us their service regardless of countless times we notified them to stop providing the service. Our e-mails, phone calls and postal letters are being ignored. Please avoid this company and don't sign up for anything with them."

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