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media1 US English

The main means of mass communication (broadcasting, publishing, and the Internet), regarded collectively

media2 US English

An intermediate layer, especially in the wall of a blood vessel

Media US English

An ancient region of Asia, southwest of the Caspian Sea, corresponding approximately to present-day Azerbaijan, northwestern Iran, and northeastern Iraq

the media in media1 US English

The main means of mass communication (broadcasting, publishing, and the Internet), regarded collectively

media in medium US English

An agency or means of doing something

media US Thesaurus

the media went wild with the story of the singer's arrest

medium US Thesaurus

using technology as a medium for job creation

big media US English

The main means of mass communication (i.e., television, radio, and the press), as opposed to blogs or other personal websites

bi-media US English

Involving or working in two of the mass communication media, especially radio and television

media man US English

A person who sells advertising space.

media mix US English

The combination of mass media selected, especially in an advertising campaign, as most likely to achieve maximum impact on the public.

media-shy US English

Reluctant to be filmed, photographed, or interviewed by the media

new media US English

Means of mass communication using digital technologies such as the Internet

old media US English

With plural (and later also singular) concord. Established or traditional means of mass communication considered collectively, especially contrasted with newer means; specifically media which are not interactive or do not involve the Internet.

via media US English

A middle way or compromise between extremes

mass media US English

The media

media baron US English

A powerful owner of media; specifically one thought to influence public opinion for political or personal ends.

media blitz US English

A campaign of intense coverage in the media for the purpose of advertising or publicity

media card US English

A small cardlike information storage device that holds data in flash memory

media event US English

An event intended primarily to attract publicity

media hype US English

Extravagant or intensive publicity created by or by means of the mass media, especially out of proportion to the person or thing being publicized.

media luna US English

An instrument consisting of a crescent-shaped blade attached to a long wooden pole, formerly used in bullfighting to hamstring a bull which could not be overcome by other means.

media mail US English

A class of mail for sending books, recordings, and computer media. It is cheaper and usually slower than first-class mail

media room US English

A room in which the equipment or media for mass communication (as telephone, fax, computer, etc.) is fitted.

media-savvy US English

Having a shrewd understanding of how to deal with publicity and the media

media star US English

A person celebrated in the media for their actions, achievements, or appearance

media wasp US English

A large tree-nesting social wasp, Dolichovespula media, native to continental Europe, which became established in Britain in the 1980s.

media-wise US English

Having a shrewd understanding of how to interpret or manipulate the media.

mixed media US English

The use of a variety of media in an entertainment or work of art

print media US English

Means of mass communication in the form of printed publications, such as newspapers and magazines

scala media US English

The central duct of the cochlea in the inner ear, containing the sensory cells and separated from the scala tympani and scala vestibuli by membranes

citizen media US English

(A collective name for) blogs, podcasts, and other forms of media produced by members of the public or published outside traditional media channels, especially on the Internet.

media centre US English

A library, frequently in a school, college, etc., offering audio-visual facilities.

media circus US English

A period of frenetic media coverage of an event or person

media company US English

A company that provides broadcasting, film, and Internet services

media darling US English

A person who is featured frequently (and especially favourably) in the mass media.

media junkie US English

A person who is dedicated to perusing the mass media.

media market US English

The geographic or demographic area reached by a specific branch of the media.

media person US English

A person working in the media.

media student US English

A person who studies the media as an academic subject

media studies US English

The study of the mass media, especially as an academic subject

media vuelta US English

A movement in which the bull is approached from behind and stabbed as it turns.

social media US English

Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking

aerotitis media US English

Acute or chronic inflammation of the middle ear caused by an imbalance between the pressure of the ambient air and that in the middle ear; compare aviator's ear).

citizens' media US English

= citizen media.

media-friendly US English

Suitable or attractive for mass media coverage.

mainstream media US English

Traditional forms of mass communication, such as newspapers, television, and radio (as opposed to the Internet), regarded collectively

media consultant US English

A person who advises on the most effective use of the media for public relations, campaigning, etc.

portable media player US English

A handheld electronic device for playing digital media such as audio and video files

lamestream US English

Used to refer contemptuously to the mainstream media

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