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news media

noun
1.
media1 (def 2).
Origin
1960-1965
1960-65
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  • Or the news media for publishing, or failure to publish, warnings.
  • It is fairly unclear why the news media should consider an announcement of an upcoming press conference to be itself newsworthy.
  • So far only radio and news media have interviewed him.
  • Weeks later, as a particularly nasty winter melted into a flood, the news media was back.
  • The content of the mainstream news media, naturally enough, reflects this reality.
  • Capitalism is alive and well within the news and the news media owners.
  • They lie and our gullible news media will print their load of garbage.
  • Unscientific comments only worsen consumer anxiety and add to news media hype.
  • The news media have been at their usual irresponsible, self-interested and shameful best here.
  • The news media does not grind their own corporate knives to suit their owners.

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