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infotainment

(INFOrmation enterTAINMENT) Services and devices that entertain but also deliver information. The Internet is the premier example. Other examples include smart TVs with Web access. Also included are automotive in-dash units that combine hands-free telephone, GPS navigation, audio/video playback and vehicle information. See infotainer, head unit, CarPlay and Android Auto.
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Al Basri, who owns and runs a publicity and media production company, denied accusations social media personalities can act with impunity.
The sit-in included the closing of entrance gates and checking of cars for certain "wanted" media personalities.
A few of media personalities that Obama met were Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O'Donnell, Ed Schultz and Al Sharpton.
com/tpnatces) and will feature interviews with exhibitors, media personalities, Kodak representatives and thought leaders, to highlight the latest innovations and trends and bring viewers inside the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow.
Alawi said that regular meetings will be held with media personalities to apprise them of the latest developments, and discuss various matters of concern to the nation.
Dozens of media personalities including STV presenters Louise White and Bernard Ponsonby, and Mull Historical Society singer Colin McIntyre arrived at Glasgow Central Mosque to pay their final respects to the popular Radio Scotland travel presenter.
For those who wish to hear from familar and noteworthy people from the arts community and the media, ISRI is bringing several media personalities to its convention.
Prominent former Iranian media personalities run another station in Reseda, while a former Iranian pop star takes to the air from his North Hollywood TV studio to encourage his countrymen's struggle for freedom.
The new team aims to provide legal advice for television production companies, band and media managers, celebrity and casting agents, publishing firms, media personalities, signed bands and artists and venues.
Two other media personalities concerned about their responsibility as people of faith, Bill Porter and Bernard Margueritte, of the International Communications Forum (ICF), met the Pope in Rome recently.
Larry Flynt told Salon that he "would start investigating the private sex lives of media personalities," noting that a prominent anchor "is like a rabbit--I mean, he's got a revolving door to his office.
A similar desecration is effected throughout by the juxtaposition of Waters' axioms like Divine or Edith Massey with various real stars and media personalities.