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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to the media.


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non- +‎ media


  • And in case you were wondering, there's also no support for games or other kind of nonmedia apps right now.


  • Some people argue that media speakers should have more rights than nonmedia speakers, because only media speakers are protected by the Free Press Clause, while the others are only protected by the Free Speech Clause.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » First Amendment Rights vs. Rights to Vote / Be a Candidate

  • Indeed, Amazon's electronics and nonmedia revenue rose 66% to $18 billion last year, helping it lift market share in different segments.

    Forecast for Best Buy: Worst Is Yet to Come

  • SCt jurisprudence is developed with institutional media in mind; at first it seemed that the Court might not even apply the protections to nonmedia defendants.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Another: do nonmedia defendants get the privilege of fair report, reporting what was said at a government meeting?

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • (Comment: I think this solution is undercut because people forget source more easily than they forget content, causing them to step-up the credibility of anonymous allegations over time.) (6) Note the growth of cases against nonmedia defendants.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • With more nonmedia defendants being sued, and the collapse of the divide between media and nonmedia, we need to rethink.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The official results show that in the question that asked Ecuadorians if they want to limit banks to offering financial services only and strip them of other interests as well as to forbid media company ownership of nonmedia companies, the "yes" side had 45.98% and the "no" 43.42%.

    Ecuador Referendum Results Narrow

  • Second, the track records of great nonmedia franchises in pursuing global strategies should give anyone pause.

    The Moguls’ New Clothes

  • The Public Advocate for the City of New York (Bill de Blasio) has a site that lists major (nonmedia) corporations 'stands on using corporate money to speak about candidates for political office.

    Is Nancy Pelosi Un-American?


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