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Press Conference

 

a meeting of representatives of radio, television, and the press, conducted under official auspices to provide journalists with news about current sociopolitical matters. The term also refers to a meeting of state and public figures or scientists with journalists held for the purpose of discussion and to answer the journalists’ questions.

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She said that the concerned rule obligated all federal government organizations that all official news and information shall be conveyed to the press and general public through PID or External Publicity Wing of Information and Broadcasting Division and such officers as may be authorized by the government shall act as official spokesperson of the government while conducting press conference in PID.
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During her second term as Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi continued to address press conferences.
The press conference began with lawyer Pamela Mackey insisting the accusation will be proven false and then Bryant, pausing to gather his thoughts and compose himself, proclaiming his innocence.
Political scientists, historians, and government officials agree that press conferences are important as an aspect of a president's public record.
And if the president, say, finds that press conferences are doing him more political harm than good, he may decide quite sensibly to stop holding them.
And why the only regret Michael Deaver, Reagan's deputy chief of staff, voices about Reagan's press conferences is that he didn't hold more of them.
Now that the Model Code of Conduct is in force throughout India in view of the upcoming general elections, the Commission would like to advise that such press conferences should be avoided, as far as possible," the Commission said in a letter to the Cabinet Secretary.
Following Young's press conference, Harrick held his own press conference along with his attorney, Robert Tanenbaum, in Tanenbaum's Beverly Hills office.
Press conferences also have one of the worst track records in terms of making news.
Obama has beaten his four predecessors in number of post-election, pre-inauguration press conferences.
US Open Press Conferences: Find out what the players have to say after a big match through press conference features, providing condensed highlights from select post-match press conferences.