Associations to the word «Media»

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MEDIA, noun. (anatomy) The middle layer of the wall of a blood vessel or lymph vessel which is composed of connective and muscular tissue.
MEDIA, noun. (linguistics) (dated) A voiced stop consonant.
MEDIA, noun. (entomology) One of the major veins of the insect wing, between the radius and the cubitus
MEDIA, noun. Plural of medium
MEDIA, noun. (often used as uncountable) (though such use is proscribed) Means and institutions for publishing and broadcasting information.
MEDIA, noun. (usually with a definite article; often used as uncountable) (though such use is proscribed) The journalists and other professionals who comprise the mass communication industry.
MEDIA, proper noun. A historical region in northwestern Iran, originally inhabited by the Medes
MEDIA, proper noun. Territories corresponding to the empire ruled by dynasts from Media
MEDIA ADVOCACY, noun. An advocacy-group tactic of framing issues as public issues, exposing questionable, exploitative, or unethical practices, and forcing media coverage by buying media time or creating controversy that is likely to receive extensive news coverage.
MEDIA BIAS, noun. (US) A political bias in journalistic reporting, in programming selection, or otherwise in mass communications media.
MEDIA BRIDGE, noun. A method or apparatus creating a connection between a tangible media object and digital information.
MEDIA CENTER, noun. A dedicated software application or hardware device for playback of audiovisual media in the home.
MEDIA CENTERS, noun. Plural of media center
MEDIA CIRCUS, noun. (informal) A large gathering of reporters at the scene of a news event.
MEDIA CIRCUSES, noun. Plural of media circus
MEDIA DARLING, noun. (idiomatic) A celebrity who is especially popular and who receives frequent and very favorable attention in the news media.
MEDIA DEMOCRACIES, noun. Plural of media democracy
MEDIA DEMOCRACY, noun. Democracy representing intellectual freedom, being as to arts and recreation, such democracy as to books, television, motion pictures, music, electronic games, and the Internet, as opposed to censorship.
MEDIA KIT, noun. A package of information detailing the various options for advertising in a publication
MEDIA LUNA, proper noun. A group of four departments in Bolivia – Santa Cruz, Beni, Pando, and Tarija – which became the geographic area of opposition to the national government led by Evo Morales and the Movement for Socialism.
MEDIA MAVEN, noun. A maven who has knowledge about how the media operate.
MEDIA MAVEN, noun. By extension, a person who has the power to promote a media project or person so as to enable a book to be published, a movie to be filmed, an actor to get a specific role, etc.
MEDIA OF EXCHANGE, noun. Plural of medium of exchange
MEDIA OUTLET, noun. (media) A publication or broadcast program that provides news and feature stories to the public through various distribution channels. Media outlets include newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the Internet.
MEDIA OUTLETS, noun. Plural of media outlet
MEDIA PLAYER, noun. (computing) a software application for the playback of audio and video files.
MEDIA PLAYER, noun. (computing) a hardware device that performs the same function, often also acting as a data storage device
MEDIA PLAYERS, noun. Plural of media player
MEDIA STUDIES, noun. Academic discipline that deals with the content, history, meaning and effects of various media, in particular mass media.
MEDIA WASP, noun. A large European wasp, Dolichovespula media, that became established in Britain in the 1980s
MEDIA WHORE, noun. (derogatory) A person who attempts to transfer or transfers from one entertainment industry to another based only on prior popularity and not necessarily legitimate talent.
MEDIA WHORE, noun. (derogatory) A person who craves media attention; someone who will apparently do anything to remain in the media spotlight.
MEDIA WHORES, noun. Plural of media whore

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