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media baronnoun [C]

uk   us   (also media mogul, media proprietor, media tycoon)
COMMUNICATIONS someone who owns and controls a large number of newspapers, television companies, magazines, etc. and is able to influence public opinion: He became one of Britain's most powerful media barons.
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