Definition of media event in English:

media event

Syllabification: me·di·a e·vent

noun

An event intended primarily to attract publicity: a staged media event
More example sentences
  • The Bushites latest paint job was revealed at a media event staged in an Ohio factory.
  • Instead, he staged a goofy media event wherein he was seen yelling incomprehensibly at confused forestry workers and waving around a chunk of 2 by 4 at them.
  • And then to reinforce this point, the Bush administration staged a media event that it hoped would get Americans back into the skies.

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