Definitions

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  • noun Rule by the media; a situation in which the media dominates or controls the populace.

Etymologies

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media +‎ -cracy

Examples

  • What "crust" exactly does an African American need to reside on to be taken seriously by the blabbing heads of mediocrity/mediacracy?

    Counting The White Women In McCain's "Hot Chicks" Ad

  • Our omnipresent mediacracy makes a lot of unthinkable things thinkable.

    Enter the Foxulists

  • A female member of the mediacracy can now seize the bully pulpit for all women without needing to give even lip service to those women whose lives, unglamorously enough, are more blue collar than blue state.

    Rhymes With Rich

  • A female member of the mediacracy can now seize the bully pulpit for all women without needing to give even lip service to those women whose lives, unglamorously enough, are more blue collar than blue state.

    Rhymes With Rich

  • A female member of the mediacracy can now seize the bully pulpit for all women without needing to give even lip service to those women whose lives, unglamorously enough, are more blue collar than blue state.

    Rhymes With Rich

  • Even if he did, it wouldn't matter; the mediacracy is here to stay.

    Politician, Heal Thyself

  • Throughout the internet, the majority that has been excluded from the commentariat, the consultariat and the constipated classes of Pravda media of the right, and mediacracy media of the "mainstream" are gathering numbers, forces and steam for the challenge.

    Steve Colbert Out, Rich Little In, The Rise, Fall, and Rise Of The Free Press

  • To the nitwits of the click-and-quip mediacracy, the woman is summed up her iconic hairstyle, a hairstyle once called “a natural” and then an “Afro” before the concept-clippers truncated the consciousness behind the cut into the slangism “fro.”

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • To the nitwits of the click-and-quip mediacracy, the woman is summed up her iconic hairstyle, a hairstyle once called “a natural” and then an “Afro” before the concept-clippers truncated the consciousness behind the cut into the slangism “fro.”

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • To the nitwits of the click-and-quip mediacracy, the woman is summed up her iconic hairstyle, a hairstyle once called “a natural” and then an “Afro” before the concept-clippers truncated the consciousness behind the cut into the slangism “fro.”

    Minister Faust: The Angela Davis Interview

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