The latinic plural form of medium, sometimes used as a singular noun with the same meaning as medium; as, (Computers) place your installation media into the device which will read it; (Microbiology) the tuberculosis bacterium will only grow in a special media.
The public institutions that report the news, such as newspapers, magazines, radio, and television, collectively; the news media; as, the media were obsessed with Monica Lewinsky for months.
This term refers to methods of message communication. Media is the plural of medium. Magazines, newspapers, radio, television and billboards are referred to as advertising media.
The wider term used to describe any method of reaching a particular target audience e.g. newspapers, trade journals, radio and tv, billboards, noticeboards and publications.
The various ways by which information may be distributed to consumers. This includes broadcast media (radio, television), print media (newspapers, magazines, direct mail), the World Wide Web, outdoor advertising, CD-ROM, etc. See also CD-ROM DIRECT MAIL MAGNETIC MEDIA PUBLICATION
Avenues for conveying advertising or publicity, including, but not limited to: publications, television, radio, billboards/transit advertising, direct mail and the World Wide Web.
This attribute defines which medium should be used to render the document. The value is a comma-separated value of possible media. The default is "screen".
Forms of mass communication. Newspapers, magazines, direct mail, billboards, bus signs, radio, television and internet are some important media that carry advertising.
1) Mass communication enterprises including print (newspapers, magazines) or broadcast (radio, television) 2) Individuals employed in the communications industry.
different ways that are used to bring us stories, news, action and information, for example television, radio and newspapers.
An arts organization whose primary media is film, video, radio, and interactive computer program development.
Pre-K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 13 A means of communication, especially of mass communication, such as books, newspapers, magazines, radio, television, motion pictures and recordings.
Various forms of mass communication, such as television, printed materials, and the Internet.
The method of reaching an intended audience (Radio, TV, Cable)
Any physical object used to communicate. Common media are televisions, radios, telephones, and newspapers. Less common articles are building materials, paint, sculpture, dance and other conventions for communicating ideas. Singular, medium.
radio, television, newspapers, magazines, internet news organizations
All the means of communication—such as newspapers, magazines, television, radio, online publications—that provide the public with news and entertainment.
Plural of medium; substances used to culture bacteria.
Vehicles which carry messages. Common media channels are televisions, radios, telephones, and newspapers. Less common media are building materials, paintings, sculpture, dance and other means of communicating ideas. See also the singular form, Medium.
Non-personal communications channels including print media (newspapers, magazines, direct mail), broadcast media (radio, television), and display media (billboards, signs posters).
The means by which news is transmitted to the public, including both military and civilian television, radio, newspapers and magazines. Also, the representatives of news organizations, both American and international, who gather, evaluate, package and distribute through print and electronic means, information for consumption by the public.
In the manual, media refers to members of both the print (newspapers and magazines) and the electronic (radio and television) media.
Films, videocassettes, CDs, etc. that require the use of special listening or viewing equipment
Forms of communication in various formats, such as magazines, newspapers, movies, audio formats, computer software, electronic networks, etc.
Any form of communication that reaches the general public and carries advertising. Direct response media would include: space advertising, direct mail, TV, radio, take-ones, card decks, package inserts, cooperative efforts, online shopping services.
television, newspapers, and radio collectively: the various means of mass communication thought of as a whole, including television, radio, magazines, and newspapers, together with the people involved in their production
a national clipping service that provides an index to articles in the major South African newspapers
TRP Television Rating Points
Advertising, public relations and marketing Media houses Publishing Radio broadcast TV broadcast
Physical materials for storing any kind of information. Media is plural; "medium" is the singular.
Various forms of communication (e.g., video, paper, film, computer imagery).
Various channels of communication transmitting information, entertainment, and advertising messages. Types of media include print (newspapers and magazines), electronic (radio and television) ,out of home (billboards and posters) and direct mail.
Plural of medium. Soil and soil-like environments in which plants are grown. Often contain both organic (e.g., peat moss) and inorganic (e.g. sand) additives.
reporters, editors, and producers, or print publications, broadcast programs, and online magazines
The broad array of channels through which communication occurs. Examples include the spoken word in a conversation or speech; the written word in a letter or newspaper; a broadcast message over radio or television; an electronic (e-mail) message.
'Channel for mass communication of information to general and/or specific audiences (electronic media - radio, television, film; print media - newspapers, magazines)' (Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services, 1998, p. 258).
Communications channels, such as newspapers, radio, and television.
ways of communicating information to people, such as television and film Treatment
are the materials/material that a work of art is made from. For our sculptures it includes Bronze, Clay (Ceramic,) Resin (with ingredients added to mimic bronze or various clays,) Garden Cast, etc. The finishes that are applied to the castings or ceramic sculptures determine the final color of the work. Mold (either flexible or hard) is a relatively thin layer of rubber-like polymer that is created over an original work to be used for casting copies in another medium. It is hard enough to hold the details and shape needed to create a copy, but will stretch enough to make it possible to remove it from the hardened casting so it can be used again. A hard (sometimes called "mother") mold is thick and is formed over the flexible mold to support and keep it stable during the casting process.
Any form of communication (books, magazines, electronic materials and services, videos, etc.).
Includes newspapers, television & radioâ€¢ Media
Refers to the method by which messages are communicated. Magazines, newspapers, televisions, billboards, and radio are classified as media. Plural of medium.
Various forms of communication. Common forms of media are televisions, radios, telephones, and newspapers. Less common articles are building materials, paint, sculpture, dance and other conventions for communicating ideas.
The plural of medium. Also, may refer to mass media.
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Marshall McLuhan defined "media" as any human technology. We limit the scope of the term to mean technologies of communication. For example: books; photographs; film; radio and digital audio; television and video; and personal computers.
Elements of a surrounding environment that can be sampled for contamination; usually soil, water, or air. Plants, as well as humans (when sampling blood, urine, etc) and animals (such as sampling fish to update fish consumption advisories) can also be considered media. The singular of "media" is "medium".
television programs, film, video, photography, interactive CD-ROMs/DVDs, computer/electronic games, radio, print layout (for example, magazine, newspaper), sequence, collage, role-play, animation, claymation.
Methods of communication, such as print publications, TV, radio and the Internet.
The conduit or link that is used to carry the transmissions (i.e., a newspaper or electromagnetic television wave).
channel for the communication of information including newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, mobile phones and the Internet.
This can be used in two ways. As a synonym for audiovisual, to describe materials that are something other than books or periodicals. In a broader sense, "media" can refer to almost any information resource, as in "the news media" that includes newspapers, radio, television, magazines, etc.
A selected group of materials used in filters and filter devices to form barriers to the passage of certain solids or molecules that are suspended or dissolved in water. Media is the plural form of medium and refers to more than one type of barrier material. In the pool and spa industry, filters use either sand, polyester or diatomaceous earth (D.E.) as the media.
The plural form of medium; the term has come to mean all the industrial forms of mass communication combined.
Plural of “medium” (a method or way of expressing something). Newspapers, magazines, television, and radio, considered as a group, are media.
News, radio, TV, and other ways of hearing news
any form of communication that reaches the general public, such as film, TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, billboards, posters, the Internet, and more. Media Literacy - the ability to critically analyze messages in the print and electronic media, and to use media in positive ways.
'plural of medium'; as in the environmental industry, the media soil, water, air, etc.; as in 'soil is the contaminated media'
the means used by the transmitter of a message to deliver it to the intended receiver in a communications system. In advertising, refers to newspaper, radio, television, magazines, billboard, direct mail and other such institutions which are used to carry advertisements.
Plural of medium; any of the means through which people express themselves. Often refers to the technology used for expression, such as print, radio, television, CDs, computers, and video.
the media is a collective name for newspapers, television, radio, etc.
Plural of medium; the means of transmitting information or an advertising message (direct mail package, inserts, magazines, posters, television, etc.).
Plural of medium , referring to materials used to make art; categories of art (e.g., painting, sculpture, film).
Newspapers, magazines, billboards, television stations, and other vehicles that carry messages to the public.
stones, pebbles or plastic that provides a substrate for the growth of a film of microorganisms in wastewater treatment; plastic, ceramic or metal shapes or surfaces that improve gas-liquid contact in gas scrubbing
means and ways of distribution and communication. From text, audio, graphics, animated graphics to full-motion video. Media is the plural of "medium." Multimedia is the mix or combination of media.
a means of communication, including radio, television, magazines and newspapers. the journalists who work for radio, television, magazines and newspapers.
Plural of medium. The various physical environments through which transmission signals pass. Common network media include twisted-pair, coaxial and fiber-optic cable, and the atmosphere (through which microwave, laser, and infrared transmission occurs). Sometimes called physical media.
The forms of publication. Traditional advertising media include newspapers, magazines, billboards, radio and television. Digital interactive advertising media started with the Internet, accessed at an indoor computer, but is quickly spreading to television, cellular devices and outdoor locations.
Plural of medium; the cabling or wiring used to carry network signals. Typical examples are coax, fiberoptic, and twisted-pair wire. ... more
Any form of communications that is able to send a message to a consumer, such as TV, print or radio.
In the arts, media (plural of medium) are the materials and techniques used by an artist to produce a work.