media

noun
ADJECTIVE
mass

The event was widely covered by the mass media.

audio-visual, broadcast (esp. BrE), news, print, visual

Their PR officer handles TV, radio, and print media interviews.

digital, electronic, interactive, streaming

They broadcast streaming media to PCs.

foreign, international, local, national, Western
corporate, mainstream, official, popular
left-wing, right-wing
conservative, liberal (both esp. AmE)
VERB + MEDIA
accuse, blame, criticize

Some blame the media for propagating negative stereotypes.

control, manipulate

There is a perception that the government controls the media.

dominate

One story has dominated the media this week.

MEDIA + VERB
cover sth, report sth

The local media reported rioting across the country.

portray sb/sth (as sth)
focus on sth, pick sth up (esp. AmE), pick up on sth

I think the media picked up on the story because she's a woman.

ignore sth
be biased

They believe that the media is biased against them.

MEDIA + NOUN
attention, coverage, interest, publicity, reporting

There was a lot of media coverage of the wedding.

campaign
report
event

Music has been turned into a series of media events.

blitz, circus, frenzy, hype

The company is anxious to play down the media hype.

spotlight
image

She's very different from her media image.

darling

The two gangsters were media darlings in the 60s.

bias
blackout, censorship
freedom
relations
critic, person, pundit
baron, magnate, mogul, tycoon
ownership
company, conglomerate, empire, giant, group, interests, organization, outlet
awareness, literacy, studies
PREPOSITION
through the media, via the media

propaganda through the media

PHRASES
access to the media
the role of the media

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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