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  • But watching attendees continuously interact with Syfy's talent and executives throughout the one-day tour only reinforced the value of in-person contact, especially in a media-driven environment that encourages instant and continuous communication between all participants.

    Ed Martin: Syfy Courts the Online Community at Annual Digital Press Tour

  • For Carole, May continued, “opening the papers the next day was a rude initiation into the media-driven world that her daughter has graced without putting a foot wrong in five years.”

    William and Kate

  • In our media-driven age, that means he would likely face a ferocious public vetting like the one directed at Sarah Palin when she was announced as John McCain's running mate.

    Fortuño Favors the GOP

  • "The nation's largest dropout rate, gang violence, and teenage pregnancy, among other problems, have for decades created a rift between Hispanic potential and accomplishment," says its mission statement, adding that these pathologies can't be excused by "politically-expedient and media-driven agendas . . . portraying Hispanics as a victimized community in need of social justice."

    The Masters of Hispanic Destiny

  • But we can't expect it to materialize from untested stock, especially under the media-driven scrutiny of small things our candidates endure today.

    Greatness Is a Hard Thing to Predict

  • Yes, exactly, in our social media-driven culture, the existential dilemma faced by us modern-day human beings is something altogether far more complex: To Like or not to Like?

    Eva Norlyk Smith, Ph.D.: I Tweet Therefor I am: Love in the Age of Homo SM-piens.

  • The theatrical arrests of 18 (mostly young) Muslims in Toronto in the Summer of 2006 reinforced media-driven paranoia that homegrown terrorists were everywhere.

    2009 May : Law is Cool

  • Mendes's men are media-driven – there's a strong scene in which ingratiation is presented as a photo opportunity, and a startling moment when Spacey's lying face appears on a screen between two praying monks, every pore oozing piety.

    Richard III; Lullaby; Hundreds & Thousands – review

  • Mendes's men are media-driven – there's a strong scene in which ingratiation is presented as a photo opportunity, and a startling moment when Spacey's lying face appears on a screen between two praying monks, every pore oozing piety.

    Richard III; Lullaby; Hundreds & Thousands – review

  • There are always two choices to make in modern, media-driven politics: claim you are like Lincoln, or be like Lincoln.

    The Comeback Kid of 2012

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