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While there is precedent for a North Korean leader to "disappear" for a while, the absence was more noticeable with Kim, who has maintained a particularly pervasive media presence since coming to power after the death of his father Kim Jong-Il in 2011.
He was Bill Clinton minus pervasive media scrutiny and a few rolls of flab.
I believe the rot set in around 10 years ago with the pervasive media culture which bleated 'you too are special; you deserve anything you want now
Last year, it gained a prestigious Theatre Sandbox commission to develop an interactive performance using pervasive media.
Black women are not seen as intelligent, what with the pervasive media portrayal of crack mothers and welfare queens, or booty-shaking video divas.
Because of this, said Evans, "the yellow pages are by far the most pervasive media for describing and presenting about small businesses all over the world, yet that content was stuck in graphical files and put out to print publications.
Intuitively we have known all along that custom publications are a pervasive media form.
One reason cheating is hard to gauge is that, as Glen Whitman's experience at CSU shows, technology and pervasive media make it easier to catch cheaters than ever before, even as the stories of those who are caught get ever wider exposure.