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Media may refer to:

Physical means[edit]


  • Media (communication), tools used to deliver information or data
    • Advertising media, various media, content, buying and placement for advertising
    • Broadcast media, communications delivered over mass electronic communication networks
    • Digital media, electronic media used to store, transmit, and receive digitized information
    • Electronic media, communications delivered via electronic or electromechanical energy
    • Hypermedia, media with hyperlinks
    • Interactive media, media that is interactive
    • Mass media, technologies that reach a large audience via mass communication
    • MEDIA Programme, a European Union initiative to support the European audiovisual sector
    • Multimedia, communications that incorporate multiple forms of information content and processing
    • New media, the combination of traditional media and computer and communications technology
    • News media, mass media focused on communicating news
    • Print media, communications delivered via paper or canvas
    • Published media, any media made available to the public
    • Recording medium, devices used to store information
    • Social media, media disseminated through social interactions


Fine art[edit]

  • List of art media, materials and techniques used by an artist to produce a work of art

Life sciences[edit]


United States[edit]


  • Media (castra), a fort in the Roman province of Dacia
  • Media (region), a region of and former empire based in north-western Iran, best known for having been the political and cultural base of the Medes and other ancient Iranian people
  • Media, Africa, an Ancient city and former bishopric, now a Latin Catholic titular see in Algeria

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]


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