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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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In relation to the support provided to the mass-media, the contractor shall implement activities related to specific trainings for development of mass-media skills, coupled with media literacy courses for the general public, including aspects related to the provision of assistance for the production of local content.
See also Mihai Coman, "Starea mass-media in Romania" in Mihai Coman (coord.
In this case, players (deliberately or accidentally) use mass-media against interests of other players as follows.
But rather than rely on these mass-media channels to convey everything to its work force, HP has started to shift the focus of much of its communication effort to build on the immediate manager as the key link in the communication chain.
MOSCOW -- Sistema Mass-Media (SMM), the media arm of Sistema (LSE:SSA) and JIR Broadcast, Inc.
Feldmann's archaeology of mass-media imagery is characterized by a particular attention to the influence pictures exert on our thoughts, emotions, and actions, to the categories of perception that order our worldview, the mechanisms of in- and exclusion, which are always attended by value judgments, if never explicitly stated.
NEW YORK -- Industry's Only Enterprise Software and On-demand Service for Optimizing ROMI Delivers Performance and Usability Enhancements to Improve Mass-media Marketing Investments
Mass-media buzzwords, decontextualized to the point of meaninglessness, pile up on your screen until they form an unintelligible landfill of political agendas.
Sistema Mass-Media has announced an MOU naming Alcatel as the supplier and integrator of its IPTV technology and NDS as their provider of content protection technology.
Martin studies mass-media constructions of the immune system, from mid century to the present day.
While all of the panelists agreed that micro-media are more important than in the past, there was also consensus that mass-media are alive and well.