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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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Mass-media entities with promotion dealings with national candidates are required to submit their reports on March 5, March 26, May 6 and May 17.
Schimbari in Europa, schimbari in mass-media. Cluj-Napoca: Limes, 2004.
(32) Mihai Coman, Introducere in sistemul mass-media, (Iasi: Polirom, 2007), 122.
In this case, players (deliberately or accidentally) use mass-media against interests of other players as follows.
According to Benkler, we should expect "an increase in the relative salience of nonmarket production models in the overall mix of our information production system," which will allow more information to "be available for its users at its marginal cost." (20) Moreover, individual observation, expression, and opinions about the world may now affect others at the same level that was once reserved for mass-media information outlets.
For 2005, Dentsu projected mass-media advertising outlays at 5,937.9 billion yen, up 1.4 percent from the preceding year, despite anticipated negative factors such as an economic slowdown and the absence of one-off key drivers like last summer's Athens Olympic Games.
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.
Choreographers such as the Berlin-based Argentinian Constanza Macras and her troupe Dorky Park work to a great extent with pop music, mass-media images, and television formats.
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.
Mass-media buzzwords, decontextualized to the point of meaninglessness, pile up on your screen until they form an unintelligible landfill of political agendas.
Martin studies mass-media constructions of the immune system, from mid century to the present day.