Symbolic power had been introduced as a concept for accounting the tacit, yet almost unconscious sources of social or cultural domination that occur in the daily social habits being followed over the subjectivity of consciousness. Symbolic power holds the accountability for utilizing disciplines against the other for confirming that the placement of individuals in the social hierarchy, at some point of time within personal relations, but mostly by the institutions of system. A number of general issues are known to be at stake regarding the effect of media over the erosion or diffusion of culture between the ones competing even if within different fields or dimensions, therefore creating a link with a number of fields within the social space (Hall, 1977). Also there is a strong relationship between the production field of media and the other fields, as media is known to be a major player in each and every industry. This results in imposing a major impact over the terms with respect to which, people can be successful in acquiring capital of symbol within a number of other fields, from visual arts to politics to gardening to sport to cookers. In this particular sense, power of media can be considered operational with the quite concrete and differentiated ones, but at the same point of time being extremely pervasive across the entire space of the society (Hoggart, 1992). On daily basis, media is known to be sustaining their status within the legitimate controllers of accessibility being provided to the current public base. This is not just in context with the political background, but also in context with a number of different social categories.