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1+ plural or criticized singular verb the media — los medios de comunicación / difusión
- before noun it has received widespread media attention — ha polarizado la atención de los medios de comunicación / difusión
- media coverage — cobertura mediática
- media people — periodistas
- media personality — famosa de los medios de comunicación / difusión
- It all depends on confidence and what publicity the media gives to the market.
- Perhaps the media attention will ensure that things turn out for the best.
- The health minister has been particularly prominent in the media in this regard.
- The international media has taken its eye off Zimbabwe, yet the suffering of its people has in no way abated.
- Despite that decent return, he has never won over the media or his coach.
- Within days a wave of criticism was unleashed in the international media.
- It is in this regard that the media in Bulgaria has a vital role to play.
- It sparked a massive media appeal to find bone marrow donors for the four youngsters.
- Even a minor fall in house prices is nowadays regarded as a signal for mass panic by the media.
- The role of medical journals and the media should not be ignored in that debate.
- Of course, the most extreme views tend to make the best headlines, so they get all the media and public attention.
- Politicians should know by now that newspapers or the media do not campaign for any one at all.
- Governments and the media should refrain from using doctors and patients to further their own agendas.
- The media barrage brought public attention, and led more people to become fans.
- The news got passing attention in the media and made even less impact on share prices in the sector.
- It is often only the big, single-issue campaigns that capture the media's attention and excite the public.
- However, in my opinion, the main responsibility of the media is to tell the truth.
- Because of the media attention we would have expected an objective witness to come forward by this stage.
- Much of the news and information in the media originates from public relations sources.
- Interest in the games has been fuelled by the huge exposure in the media, particularly on television.
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