Definition of mediascape in English:

mediascape

Syllabification: me·di·a·scape
Pronunciation: /ˈmēdēəˌskāp
 
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noun

1Communications media as a whole: the rapidly changing mediascape in Belgium
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  • The papers focused relentlessly on the urban scene at a time when downsizing and centralizing corporate media had left a gaping vacuum in the local mediascape.
  • Blogs, and the entire mediascape, have changed quite a bit since I started making this film two years ago.
  • They are to be congratulated on a book that analyzes and immerses readers in the new mediascape that is becoming increasingly dominant in our lives.
2The world as presented through, or perceived by, the mass media: the vast, ubiquitous mediascape we inhabit today

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