Definitions

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  • adjective Having a focus on the media.

Etymologies

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media +‎ -centric

Examples

  • Expiation through public relations: that's the ticket in the modern mediacentric world.

    Ignore Them Off The Field

  • As I've mentioned, I've been doing this: HuffPo's mediacentric Eat The Press, which you should all bookmark right now.

    Rachel Sklar: Russert Watch: Schwarzenegger, Iraq, And Sticking To The Script

  • This is not the first time the NFL has fessed up to the error of its ways, just one of the more grievous examples exacerbated because it punished a team from the biggest and most mediacentric city in America.

    Starr Gazing: The Weakest Links

  • This stage was recently reached by what I like to think of as the NYC/LA/mediacentric axis of weblogs.

    The Blog Cycle - Anil Dash

  • First, it was the last in a long line of mediacentric sitcoms.

    And the Seinfeld Replacement Is ��� Just Shoot Me, Most Likely

  • This possibility scared me because I knew, with a furious surety, that if she went on to win the presidency, I and the handful of other Clinton supporters in my privileged, mediacentric, Obama-drunk circle would be forced to spend the next four to eight years hearing the words "We told you so," spoken at various accusatory pitches.

    NYT > Home Page

  • This possibility scared me because I knew, with a furious surety, that if she went on to win the presidency, I and the handful of other Clinton supporters in my privileged, mediacentric, Obama-drunk circle would be forced to spend the next four to eight years hearing the words "We told you so," spoken at various accusatory pitches.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Some of the larger mediacentric funds spent the last three months of 2009 selling large chunks of their holdings in such stalwarts as Comcast and News Corp., and focused their sights on companies like DirecTV, Time Warner Cable and Viacom, according to their year-end reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • We see this everywhere: from the water-cooler conversations that focus on "American Idol" to the adoration of women like Paris Hilton and their false pedestals of achievement to the television and mediacentric addiction that drives our choices of what we buy and what we wear.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • We see this everywhere: from the water-cooler conversations that focus on "American Idol" to the adoration of women like Paris Hilton and their false pedestals of achievement to the television and mediacentric addiction that drives our choices of what we buy and what we wear.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

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