mass media

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mass media

Communication technology, such as radio, television, internet, etc., which are capable of reaching large segments of a population.
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Main Stream Media is also developing several TV series (Green TV, Sabores, RockStar Reality).
While our viewpoint isn't universal in the city, it is widely held, a position that is not being reflected by the main stream media.
This was almost a totalitarian moment, when virtually all the main stream media were cheerleading George Bush's war against Saddam Hussein which cost hundreds of thousands of lives It was a lonely time for peace activists There was scarcely an audible voice across the land that opposed this blood - letting except Erwin's.
He frequently appears on main stream media, including NBC, CBS, CNN, Fox Business, and in dozens of other newspaper, radio, and Internet outlets.
VIGUERIE, called the "Funding Father of the conservative movement," transformed American politics in the 1960s and '70s by pioneering the use of direct mail as the first means for conservatives to bypass the main stream media.
As the internet seems to love Body Oars, Wise informed us that so far the main stream media and fitness worlds have treated him and his Body Oars like the Ice Barons once treated refrigerators.
Famous columnist Hamid Akhtar pointed out that the militant media is not parallel media but the main stream media has become militant media and it is more effective and outreached.
That is why the local media should offer an alternative to the main stream media and produce the real picture to their community," said Mr Ernst.
People in the main stream media seem to think stories about small business issues are not interesting to the public, but this is not just a small business story.
Too often, the main stream media depicts unions in a negative light and tells only one side of the story.
The main stream media now sends "cloud" commercials across our radio and television broadcasts, even during prime time hours.
In addition to recent cyber attacks that threatened government institutions and private industry, main stream media reported that many physical terrorist attacks had a cyber nexus; such attacks included the Fort Hood attack, the Christmas Day bomber attack.