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  • noun Plural form of mediacrat.

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Examples

  • Even among the ravenous pack of moguls and mediacrats that dominate and control our mediaocracy, Conrad Black was in a class of his own when it came to arrogance, chutzpah and criminal activity.

    Danny Schechter: Conrad and His Media Comrades: The Real Issue is Stealing BY Media Companies, Not FROM Them

  • No. Is he taking a pot-shot at the mediacrats and oligarchs that own the media he'd happily claim distort the world and hide us from ourselves?

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • I will not dignify those who are casting aspersion on the Palin family, certainly not by vulgar mediacrats or by neo-Democrats that have degraded the Democratic party that harks back to Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman†"presidents who would never have advocated same-sex marriages, live-birth abortions, non-judgmentalism or morally free sentimentalism in foreign affairs,.

    Political Mavens

  • I will not dignify those who are casting aspersion on the Palin family, certainly not by vulgar mediacrats or by neo-Democrats that have degraded the Democratic party that harks back to Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman†"presidents who would never have advocated same-sex marriages, live-birth abortions, non-judgmentalism or morally free sentimentalism in foreign affairs,.

    Political Mavens

  • I will not dignify those who are casting aspersion on the Palin family, certainly not by vulgar mediacrats or by neo-Democrats that have degraded the Democratic party that harks back to Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman†"presidents who would never have advocated same-sex marriages, live-birth abortions, non-judgmentalism or morally free sentimentalism in foreign affairs,.

    Political Mavens

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