Shouldn't there be a "the" before "mass media", since it is a unique, collective reference?Coupland explains that it was McLuhan’s ability to anticipate the homogenizing and dehumanizing effect of mass media when the phenomenon was in its infancy that made him remarkable.
<<Moderator's note: This thread has been merged with a previous thread.But for the dissenters, it is hard to gain visibility given the power that Berlusconi exerts on the mass media, especially over the TV networks.
Does it mean you can omit the before media if you want to compare different media?I would say:
English media reported positively on the event, while the French media remained skeptical.
The English media reported positively on the event, while the French media remained skeptical.