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fifth estate

n.
A class or group in society other than the nobility, the clergy, the middle class, and the press.

fifth′ estate′


n.
any class or group in society other than the nobility, the clergy, the middle class, and the press.
[1965–70]
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The BDP government, he said, would continue to empower the public service with the requisite skills to be compatible with the fifth estate and demands of the fourth industrial revolution.
3 the fifth estate (2013) PLAYED WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange even though the real Assange emailed him asking him not to take part in the movie.
THE FIFTH ESTATE CHANNEL 4, 1.30AM Bill Condon's drama, with Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Bruhl, David Thewlis and Alicia Vikander.
As ironic as this may sound, it could perhaps be the only answer in what currently seems to be almost a rhetoric question; unless, of course, governments were to resolve that rescuing the Fourth Estate would serve the public interest better than merely turning a blind eye to the manipulation of public opinion by the "Fifth Estate" and fake news.
CBC put the case back in the spotlight on its investigative program "The Fifth Estate," aired in September.
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The conference took a very broad view of the fifth estate in its efforts to explore what is new and valued about the digital terrain.
FRIDAY THE FIFTH ESTATE C4 12.35AM Gripping drama, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, tracing the WikiLeaks story from German journalist Domscheit-Berg's initial meeting with hacker Assange, to the birth of the controversial whistleblowing site.
We relied on the capacity, generosity and creativity of our team, volunteers and supporters both in the mass media (fourth estate) as well as social media (fifth estate), he said.
29, CBC's Fifth Estate program broadcast Miner's Daughter, a follow-up to the show's original look at the issue, Powder Keg, which aired in 1979.
While we have had classics like Gandhi, Schindler's List, My left Foot and The King's Speech, there have been major letdowns like Diana, Jobs and The Fifth Estate.