Definitions

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  • noun The metaphorical landscape of trends, tastes, etc. promoted by the media.

Etymologies

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media +‎ -scape

Examples

  • Six years later, Googlezon has launched the ultimate killer app: EPIC, or “Evolving Personalized Information Construct,” a “system by which our sprawling, chaotic mediascape is filtered, ordered, and delivered.”

    Get Me Rewrite!

  • Six years later, Googlezon has launched the ultimate killer app: EPIC, or “Evolving Personalized Information Construct,” a “system by which our sprawling, chaotic mediascape is filtered, ordered, and delivered.”

    Get Me Rewrite!

  • Six years later, Googlezon has launched the ultimate killer app: EPIC, or “Evolving Personalized Information Construct,” a “system by which our sprawling, chaotic mediascape is filtered, ordered, and delivered.”

    Get Me Rewrite!

  • The free app lets anyone layer a virtual landscape — what HP calls a mediascape — over real-word terrain using maps and GPS coordinates.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • The free app lets anyone layer a virtual landscape — what HP calls a mediascape — over real-word terrain using maps and GPS coordinates.

    Breaking out of the walls of the museum?

  • The free app lets anyone layer a virtual landscape — what HP calls a mediascape — over real-word terrain using maps and GPS coordinates.

    Escape Old London's Most Feared Prison — Guided by GPS

  • To my mind, Social Network is a textbook case for why I'd rather wait for what can be best delivered by a plain old doc, and is already being delivered all over the mediascape, thanks to Facebook (or is that Mark Zuckerburg and co?)

    Alexandra Juhasz: Social Network: nah, I'll watch "The Facebook Documentary" live, on-line

  • To my mind, Social Network is a textbook case for why I'd rather wait for what can be best delivered by a plain old doc, and is already being delivered all over the mediascape, thanks to Facebook (or is that Mark Zuckerburg and co?)

    Alexandra Juhasz: Social Network: nah, I'll watch "The Facebook Documentary" live, on-line

  • In my previous post on The Social Network, I suggested that Facebook's (i.e. Mark Zuckerberg and Co. 's) pricey (minimum cost, $100-million dollars ... to needy Jersey schools that is) and highly orchestrated public relations blitz now playing across the mediascape at exactly the moment of a slanderous mainstream narrative film's opening, was a "documentary."

    Alexandra Juhasz: "The Facebook Documentary": On Well-Timed, Well-Placed, Corporate-Produced "Documents"

  • To my mind, Social Network is a textbook case for why I'd rather wait for what can be best delivered by a plain old doc, and is already being delivered all over the mediascape, thanks to Facebook (or is that Mark Zuckerburg and co?)

    Alexandra Juhasz: Social Network: nah, I'll watch "The Facebook Documentary" live, on-line

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