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advertise to use public media to promote a product or idea. [1/4 definitions]
airwaves the media used for transmission of radio and television signals.
artist one who works professionally in visual media such as drawing, painting, and photography. [1/3 definitions]
buzzword a fashionable, short-lived word or phrase that originates either in media use or in a specialized group, and that is intended to impress or exclude the hearer, because of its apparent profundity or significance.
current affairs events of a political, societal, or economic nature that are occurring in the present time and are often covered in the media.
document a file containing information such as text or media, created with a computer application. [1/4 definitions]
electronics (used with a sing. verb) the science that is concerned with the flow of electrons in various physical media, and with their properties and uses.
Facebook a U.S. corporation that developed a social media service in 2004. Users of this service can post status updates and exchange messages with a designated group of other users called "friends." [1/2 definitions]
factoid a false or half-true statement or idea, often accepted as fact because of wide circulation and frequent repetition, as in print and electronic media.
forum a meeting place or media channel for open discussion of issues. [1/4 definitions]
fourth estate the news media of a country, considered as an entity with political power.
friend a member of a person's social media group. [2/5 definitions]
global village the world considered as a single community, made so by modern air travel, mass media, and the like.
hashtag a word or phase preceded by the hash sign (#), used in social media to identify or search for a particular topic.
like2 to show approval of content on a social media website by clicking a button. [2/8 definitions]
Magi members of a class of Zoroastrian priests of ancient Media and Persia who were believed to possess supernatural powers. [1/2 definitions]
magus a member of a Zoroastrian priestly class of ancient Media and Persia. [1/3 definitions]
maltose a water-soluble sugar formed by malt enzymes acting on starch, used in brewing and distilling, as a nutrient or sweetener in foods, and in culture media.
masscult (informal) the artificial, trivialized, commercialized culture apparent in artifacts created for the masses and made popular by the mass media.
media event a public event that is deliberately staged in order to gain publicity from the news media.
multimedia (used with a sing. verb) the combined use of several performance media at the same time. [3 definitions]