via media

[vahy-uh mee-dee-uh, mey-, vee-uh; Latin wee-ah me-dee-ah]
noun
a middle way; a mean between two extremes.

Origin:
1835–45; < Latin

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via media (ˈvaɪə ˈmiːdɪə)
 
n
a compromise between two extremes; middle course

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Example sentences
Public release should be issued via media outlets such as radio, newspaper or
  television.
He sought a via media between the purely empirical method and the deductive
  method.
In theory, its leaders have dealt with conflict by trying to follow the via
  media, the middle way between extremes.
Educational and outreach materials are disseminated via media ads, billboards,
  and distribution of printed materials.
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