mediagenic

adjective
me·​dia·​gen·​ic | \ˌmē-dē-ə-ˈje-nik \

Definition of mediagenic 

: attractive or well-suited to the communications media

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Just like Trump supporters, college students expressed their dissatisfaction with large, mediagenic rallies. Alexander Nazaryan, Newsweek, "What Is College Good For? Absolutely Nothing, Say Republicans (and Some Democrats)," 1 Feb. 2018 Yet, like his mediagenic grandson Lapo Elkann, who famously inherited and still wears things from his grandfather’s wardrobe, Agnelli was as much a creation of the modern publicity machine as Instagram regulars like Nick Wooster would become. Guy Trebay, New York Times, "For Italian Men, a Return to Elegance," 17 Jan. 2016 Devo 2.0 is a CD-and-DVD collection of the band's most familiar songs plus two new ones sung by a group of mediagenic tweens. Robert Levine, WIRED, "Devo Is Dead. Long Live Devo.," 1 May 2006

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1971, in the meaning defined above

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