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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Indeed, the desire by business to get media coverage remains strong, and research from by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations has found that, despite the rise of social media, 78% of those working inside PR agencies still deal with the mainstream media.
As well as providing the necessary quantitative data, Media Platform+ allows users to track a story's journey from mainstream media, to social, and back to traditional through instantly understandable visuals which can be easily exported and embedded into reports, dashboards and slide decks.
Overall, The Media Gaze offers an opportunity to reflect on our own gaze on the "other," which may or may not be consistent with that of mainstream media.
Goldberg explains that, despite media bias during the campaign, "the mainstream media did not defeat John McCain.
Young bloggers criticized Arab mainstream media and rejected the idea of conforming to official journalist association rules and guidelines.
While the mainstream media may have soft-pedaled the story, the general public hasn't been so tolerant.
This does not count mainstream media podcasts (that is, podcasts repurposed from radio and other pre-existing content).
Providing his readers an understanding of who the Illuminati are and what their American domicile is, Krieg lays out the relationship between communism, Zionism, and the Illuminati, how the Illuminati has controlled elections (including the presidential candidacy process), how they control flat currency; how they control banking worldwide, how they are changing our society with foreign treaties and agreements, their near total control of the mainstream media, and why in the 21st century we are little better slaves.
Perhaps the most interesting new feature that was announced, and missed by most other mainstream media, was the new OCR feature.
Since the 1990s hundreds of small press magazines, independent music artists, and media has been produced by individuals in reaction to the failures of mainstream media, resulting in a 'low-fi' culture of homemade and self-produced alternatives.
He harps on the idea that the mainstream media can't defend itself, but he never fully nails down the reasons, other than to blame the wicked expertness with which "politicians" spin the facts.