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mass communicationnoun [U]

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COMMUNICATIONS something such as ​television or the ​internet that ​means that a ​message, story, etc. can be communicated to a large ​number of ​people at the same ​time: For the first ​time in ​history, ​technologyallowstwo-waymasscommunication. a medium/​mode of ​masscommunication
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