One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounthe mainstream media
treated as singular or plural Traditional forms of mass communication, such as newspapers, television, and radio (as opposed to the Internet) regarded collectively.‘the mainstream media doesn't always cover these issues’
- ‘Through the workshops, these young producers will gain skills and the ability to deconstruct mainstream media images.’
- ‘But it would be a horrible mistake to think that the mainstream media represents the mood of New Zealand.’
- ‘As the mainstream media becomes more and more commercial, alternative media is emerging to balance the equilibrium.’
- ‘Little magazines provide an alternative to the mainstream media.’
- ‘Fuelled by a lack of enthusiasm from the mainstream media, Blade has made it his mission to raise the profile of UK hip-hop.’
- ‘We find the way that lies become truth in the modern mainstream media a truly worrying thing.’
- ‘The book has been picked up by bookshops in all major cities, and has received considerable publicity through mainstream media.’
- ‘Each album elicited critical praise, even from mainstream media, and their shows often sold out.’
- ‘Mostly I'm just happy to see design discussed in the mainstream media.’
- ‘The headlines have slipped back to page 9 in the mainstream media.’
- ‘Despite the high profile the film gave him, he says that it has still been hard to gain access to the mainstream media to air his views.’
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