[ in-fuh-teyn-muh nt ]
/ ˌɪn fəˈteɪn mənt /
television or radio programs that treat factual material in an entertaining manner, as by including dramatic elements.
factual material that is both informative and entertaining.
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Words nearby infotainment
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Example sentences from the Web for infotainment
As a result, in the U.S., public opinion suffers from what we call “infotainment.”Van Dyke Parks on How Songwriters Are Getting Screwed in the Digital Age|Van Dyke Parks|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The media mogul is thus one of the pioneers of the concept of “infotainment.”News Corp. Split Could Mean No More Murdoch Dynasty|Peter Jukes|June 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for infotainment
/ (ˌɪnfəʊˈteɪnmənt) /
(in television) the practice of presenting serious or instructive subjects in a style designed primarily to be entertaining
Word Origin for infotainment
C20: from info + (enter) tainment
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