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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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It was the only news conference in the history of mankind that consisted of three songs and ``Thank you, see you at the Super Bowl.
Because they are currently reviewing the ruling, they will not be available for comment until the news conference commences.
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The mayor is proud of his ability to easily use both English and Spanish in speeches and news conferences - although he says he works hard on his Spanish.
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Majerus seemed enthusiastic about the job before Wednesday's news conference.
FOR MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES ONLY - Media representatives attending the news conference please use parking lot on the south side of the building and present media credentials to security at outside entrance to gain access to the news conference auditorium.
In remarks made during his news conference, the governor indicated his desire to impress upon lawmakers the need for a timely budget that preserves the deals he made with groups that agreed to spending cuts in the next fiscal year in return for more money in later years.
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