1. The increasing importance of the mass media in society and culture: for example, in politics and sport. Often used pejoratively. See also media culture; media event.
2. (mediation, mediation theory) The influence of media logic and format on communication and content, a factor suggesting the importance of how things are communicated: see also McLuhanism; mediation; publicity model.
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