Definition of media company in English:

media company

nounmedia companies

  • A company that provides broadcasting, film, and Internet services.

    ‘a modern media company needed to be global in its reach’
    • ‘We are talking about the largest media company in the world.’
    • ‘It is the last remaining network not owned by a major media company.’
    • ‘The $13 million Internet digital media company had seen its stock free-fall from $20 a share in 1994 to under $1.’
    • ‘He is chairman of Ireland's largest media company.’
    • ‘Media companies are enjoying a revival in advertising sales.’
    • ‘Shareholders of technology, telecom and media companies are only too aware of the downside risk to stockmarkets.’
    • ‘Conference organiser DMI calculates that there are more than 1,000 digital media companies in Ireland employing more than 4,000 people.’
    • ‘It's the largest entertainment and media company in the world.’
    • ‘They are a California-based global Internet media company.’
    • ‘I work for an integrated media company.’
    • ‘The management hired a private media company to monitor so-called reporter "bias" in the lead-up to the 2004 federal election campaign.’
    • ‘I'm now working at a mobile media company.’
    • ‘It is produced by Penton Media, a global business-to-business media company.’