Meaning of MEDIA in English
The event was widely covered by the mass ~.
▪ audio-visual , broadcast ( esp. BrE ), news , print , visual
Their PR officer handles TV, radio, and print ~ interviews.
▪ digital , electronic , interactive , streaming
They broadcast streaming ~ to PCs.
▪ foreign , international , local , national , Western
▪ corporate , mainstream , official , popular
▪ left-wing , right-wing
▪ conservative , liberal (both esp. AmE )
VERB + MEDIA
▪ accuse , blame , criticize
Some blame the ~ for propagating negative stereotypes.
▪ control , manipulate
There is a perception that the government controls the ~.
One story has dominated the ~ this week.
MEDIA + VERB
▪ cover sth , report sth
The local ~ reported rioting across the country.
▪ portray sb/sth (as sth)
▪ focus on sth , pick sth up ( esp. AmE ), pick up on sth
I think the ~ picked up on the story because she's a woman.
▪ ignore sth
▪ be biased
They believe that the ~ is biased against them.
MEDIA + NOUN
▪ attention , coverage , interest , publicity , reporting
There was a lot of ~ coverage of the wedding.
Music has been turned into a series of ~ events.
▪ blitz , circus , frenzy , hype
The company is anxious to play down the ~ hype.
She's very different from her ~ image.
The two gangsters were ~ darlings in the 60s.
▪ blackout , censorship
▪ critic , person , pundit
▪ baron , magnate , mogul , tycoon
▪ company , conglomerate , empire , giant , group , interests , organization , outlet
▪ awareness , literacy , studies
▪ through the ~ , via the ~
propaganda through the ~
▪ access to the ~
▪ the role of the ~
Oxford Collocations English Dictionary. Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний . 2012