subsidiariat

subsidiariat

(ˌsʌbsɪdɪˈɛərɪət)
n
a collective term for the news sources that would not survive without being subsidized directly (by a government, etc), or indirectly (through sharing a parent company with another more profitable revenue source)
[C21: coined by Paul Dacre (born 1948), editor of the Daily Mail ]
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