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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mediatize.


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  • It's a flamboyant form of "mediatized" leadership emphasizing charm, media reach and the politics of personality.


  • "mediatized," as the French like to say, than next week's auction of the collection of one Yves Saint Laurent, who died last June at 71.

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  • The last thing we need is metaphors that glorify and naturalize digital, mediatized interconnectedness.

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  • To this day, their influence (and lineage) can be traced through many noble European households, and even some royal ones (Princess Diana was descended from New York heiress Frances Work, and the mediatized House of Croÿ is lead by the grandson of an American heiress).

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  • Both these extremes seem to me to be the result of a kind of communal mania, of living more in the mediatized world than in real life, and both produce bubbles of different kinds, one of which has already burst.

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  • Part 2 of my interview with Onkar Ghate, senior fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute looks at the way Ayn Rand's classic 1957 work 'Atlas Shrugged' has been mediatized in recent months to communicate political messages.

    Juliette Powell: John Galt Has Left the Building

  • And maybe it has something to do with our mediatized age, where the people we see on our TV screens come to feel closer to many than their own neighbours or even colleagues - and are certainly listened to more often.

    Tim Russert Has Passed Away

  • Personally, with my Bizarro texts, I try to test the limits of narrative, create and entertain irreal characters and worlds, represent the absurdity of mediatized society and culture, explore the vicissitudes of unconsciousness and desire, and critique the nature of technocapitalist pseudoreality.


  • One image of Jackie, in an Oleg Cassini gown during their great mediatized lie, is enough.

    In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part Three)

  • Perhaps he has been mediatized, and sold his kingdom to Monsieur Lenoir.

    The Kickleburys on the Rhine


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