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press gallery

n
(Journalism & Publishing) an area set apart for newspaper reporters, esp in a legislative assembly

press′ gal`lery


n.
a press section, esp. in a legislative chamber.
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Noun1.press gallery - an area (sometimes in a balcony) set aside for reporters (especially in a legislative hall)
area - a part of a structure having some specific characteristic or function; "the spacious cooking area provided plenty of room for servants"
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press gallery

ntribuna (della) stampa (in tribunale, parlamento)
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The case that led to the found-ing of the original Washington Independent Newsletter Association involve accreditation to the Congressional Press Galleries.
Still, many Communist sympathizers in the press galleries could not shake loose of their old lock-step prejudices long enough to report on the new release without resorting to the old canards and smears about "witch hunts," "blacklisting," and "ruined lives.
Incidentally, those entering the visitors' and press galleries are told over-officiously by attendants to ensure their phones are turned off.
Adequate press galleries, from which women and blacks were effectively barred throughout the century, only slowly came into existence.