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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The state minister was accompanied by a big media delegation included, the General Manager of the Sudan News Agency (SUNA), Awad Jadain, the General Manager of the Radio and Television National Corporation, Al-Samwal Khalf-Alla, the chairman of the Sudanese Journalist general Union , Al-Saddiq Al-Rizaqi, Ahmed Al-Balal the editor in chief of Akhbar-Al-Youm newspaper , and representitives of the Sudan News Agency (SUNA), the Sudan Media Center, and the TV channels of Al-Shorouq and the National TV.
Andy Sloan, the chief executive of the specialist All Response Media, notes: "The big media agencies were dis- banding their direct response offerings because the web was changing everything.
It is impossible to conduct critical journalism in such a polluted system, which has, in practice, turned Turkey's big media newsrooms into open-air prisons.
Big Media will provide updates that take account of new devices that prove popular.
This will be the first big media event, with international participation, is being organised by the Omani Journalist Association (OJA)," the Association Chairman, Awadh Bin Saeed Baquwair, said in a press statment issued on Saturday.
Big media and publishing houses have also started making as good a use of the cyber space as possible by maintaining websites and portals and making their news reports and other multimedia content available to the viewers for free.
Cleverly drew big media interest when he held a public workout in MacArthur Park on Monday afternoon, watched by a few hundred Hispanic fight fans.
Our goal is to develop this golf competition for journalists into a big Media Golf Cup where representatives from all GCC countries will participate", said Nora Dimitrova, Muscat Hills Marketing Manager.
I continue to be amazed by the inability of big media in general--and newspapers in particular--to understand the internet.
But while television and other big media platforms continue to innovate and reimagine their businesses, consumers continue to express a clear preference: if we want to engage them, we have to gamify.
So of course, that became the big media story, rather than the joyous news of the birth.
The system pretty consistently churned out good profits, and there was no doubt who was in control: Big Media owners.