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masscom

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Blend of mass and communication

NounEdit

masscom (uncountable)

  1. mass communication, often specifically the mass media
    • 2005, David March and Robert J. Thompson, Television in the Antenna Age: A Concise History[1], ISBN 0631215441, page 47:
      AM call-up talk shows constitute one of the few electronic soapboxes which citizens - other than the usual two dozen professional TV "pundits" - can use to express themselves via the electronic apparatus of the masscom system.