Any of variety of tapes, disks, CD, jukebox etc. referred to in the media database.
Any type of transport device used to move electronic files from one computer to another, including floppy disks, removable drives, CD's, magnetic tapes, Zip disks, Jaz disks, etc. to top
(magnetic) A film on magnetic disks used to store magnetic data in the form of small magnetized areas.
A collective word for the physical material, such as paper, disk, and tape, used for storing computer-based information. Media is plural; medium is singular.
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 video, audio, graphics, and rendered effects that can be combined to form a sequence or presentation.
Files containing bitmap images, animation, digital video, or sound.
a leading provider of video software and offers a broad suite of advanced video software products that allow users to edit and distribute digital video content on PCs and other devices
Printed and audio/video forms of communication, and any necessary equipment required to render them usable
The physical wire of fibre for the transmission of signals
The physical cabling plant, satellite, or microwave circuits over which network data passes. Common network media are coaxial and fiber optic cable, twisted-pair wiring, and telephone circuits.
In this document, networking wiring such as 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX UTP cable, and coax cable is referred to as media. Other media includes radiowave and fiber optic.
The type of physical wiring and lower-layer protocols used for transmitting and receiving packets; for example, Ethernet, FDDI, Token Ring.
The means or substance through which something is transmitted, e.g., air, water, or soil.
(Environmental) Environmental media are the specific parts of the environment, such as soil, water, air, plants and animals, that can contain contamination.
Specific environments such as air, water, food, and soil.
Specific environments -- air, water, soil -- which are the subject of regulatory concern and activities.
One of the sonant mutes ß, d, g (b, d, g), in Greek, or of their equivalents in other languages, so named as intermediate between the tenues, p, t, k (p, t, k), and the aspiratæ (aspirates) f, q, ch (ph or f, th, ch). Also called middle mute, or medial, and sometimes soft mute.
The middle, muscular layer of the arterial wall.
a leading publishing house in Egypt and the Middle East
The middle layer of arteries containing the smooth muscle.
The fluid that passes through a valve or pump. Typical media are air, oil, gas, water, etc, See also FLUID.
In reference to flow products or pressure products, media usually refers to the process gas or liquid to be used with the device. None Found None Found None Found None Found
A mat of fibers that provide a barrier to particles entrained in the flow of air or gas. ( 070)
The substance that flows through the tubing, either a gas, liquid, powder, or slurry.
refers to the method of transmission. Face-to-face, telephone, email, letter; all bring with them specific assets and detriments. Selection of message media is very important in framing communications.
In general, "media" refers to various means of communication. For example, ...
The different means of communicating information to reach large audiences.
are the various technological means through which information may be communicated.
Forms of communication, including printed and electronic.
The substrate the enlargement or digital picture is to be giclee printed on.
3.2|] [ X1| X1.1] [ IE4|| N4| O3.5] Standards Details: In all HTML 4.x/XHTML DTDs Required? No Description: This attribute is a keyword representing the intended rendering destination for the style sheet definitions. Multiple destinations are given delimited by commas. Values: screen [ DEFAULT] - style information should be used for rendering to computer screens. print - style information should be used for rendering to page-centric devices, ie: printed paper or print preview screen modes. projection - style information should be used for rendering to transparent projected media devices. braille - style information should be used for rendering to braille devices. speech - style information should be used for rendering to speech synthesizers. all - style information should be used for rendering to all devices.
This attribute specifies the destination medium for any linked style information, as indicated when the rel attribute is set to stylesheet. The value of the attribute might be a single media descriptor such as screen or a comma-separated list. Possible values for this attribute include all, aural, braille, print, projection, and screen. Other values also might be defined, depending on the browser. Internet Explorer supports all, print, and screen as values for this attribute.
A liquid nutrient system in which eggs, sperm and embryos are cultured.
a company that specializes in creating Culturally Targeted Entertainment for all ages
substances containing special nutrients for growing cultures of bacteria found in specimens
a liquid nutrient environment used in cell cultures.
The CDs used to install software.
See Software Media.
a hardware and software solutions company, which supplies hardware and software to clients all over the South East of England
a creative technology company focused on fully exploiting the capabilities of DVD and dedicated to developing innovative DVD-related solutions that surpass the needs and e
a pioneer in creative business outsourcing
forms of expression determined by materials or creative methods
an advertising and marketing agency dedicated to providing the highest quality of strategic planning and design services to the private and non-profit sectors
a network of strategically located duplication/replication facilities spanning the globe
The agencies, means, or instruments used to convey advertising messages to the public.
Content such as DV clips, sound effects, music tracks, or still images.
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Content files such as movie cIips, still images, music tracks, or sounds.