mediagenic


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me·di·a·gen·ic

 (mē′dē-ə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Attractive as a subject for reporting by news media: "a minor leaguer of bumptious manner and mediagenic good looks" (Larry Martz).

mediagenic

(ˌmiːdɪəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Marketing) presenting an attractive or sympathetic image when portrayed in the media

me•di•a•gen•ic

(ˌmi di əˈdʒɛn ɪk)

adj.
having qualities or characteristics that are attractive when presented in the media.
[1970–75]
Translations

mediagenic

adj (esp US) event, story, politician etcmedienwirksam
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While both activists and the intelligence services are hard at work mirroring "counter messages" through the same seductive mediagenic tactics as their rivals, "Command: Print" upended this process to do a necropsy on the formal mechanics of how deviance goes viral.
Yet, before the rise of a new media-induced breed of celebrity, Chris Rojek (2001) used celebrification to designate a broader and more diffuse cultural performance of mediated visibility, "the general tendency to frame social encounters in mediagenic filters" (p.
Neuromancer" (1988) creado por Interplay Productions y distribuido por Mediagenic.
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That definition may also address the problem of punishing the small but highly mediagenic group of females who have gone to Iraq and Syria primarily to become wives of foreign fighters.
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