adjective

1.To imply that something is equally entertaining and informative.

noun

1. A form/genre of media (Visual,Spoken Written,.... other) that often leverages humor/sarcasm/shock/outrage to engage the audience while simultaneously educating them, often surreptitiously. Embraced by liberals and conservatives alike; is often used to categorize genre blurring Docu-Comides/Docu-Dramas and Spoken Word/Stand-Up acts.

Popular examples would include the works of Gill Scott Heron, Bill Hicks, Micheal Moore and Oliver Stone.
1. The 2010 TED Conference videos were amazingly enterformative.

2.This years Oscar nominees include a ton of enterformative movies.
by imakeitgo March 14, 2010

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