Nfluental Media
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\Nflu"ent\\mē′dē ə\
Etymology: in+fluental, media- "newspapers, radio, TV, etc." 1927, perhaps abstract from mass media (1923, a technical term in advertising), pl of medium, on notion of "intermediate agency",
a sense first found 1605
function: verb

1: Media communication, as newspapers, radio, and TV, that informe the public with news, entertainment, etc., usually along with advertising with an international meaning, such as the "BBC", "The New York Time"

1. Sasskia Sassen “Global Networks, Linked Cities” , open source

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