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press kit

n.
A packaged set of promotional materials, such as photographs and background information, for distribution to the press, as at a news conference or before the release of a new product.

press kit

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a set of documents, usually containing useful facts and figures, given to journalists by a company prior to a product release, news conference, etc
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Part B fractional orders for additional services for managing press relations and animation of social networks - Article writing and live-tweet- Writing press release- Writing press kit.
Those resources include a PowerPoint presentation on bloodborne pathogen training and patient safety, a video on proper use of single-dose vials, posters on insulin and other injected diabetes medications and a digital press kit for health care facilities, health departments, academic institutions, patients, government officials and clinicians.
Likewise, the 2003 Dodge Viper press kit, encased in a faux-snakeskin attache, was going for more than $59.
But into what category does an elaborate press kit fall?
Whistler Productions, in Banbury Road, Lighthorne, will supply services for projects for Codemasters including production of a trade information video and an electronic press kit (EPK).
It involves a lot more than just cramming a press kit and trailer through a modem.
The National Health Care Campaign, a DNC-sponsored organization, sent a press kit attacking CSE to 1,500 reporters.
The semesterlong project involved a three-month community awareness-raising campaign as well as creating a press kit for the 85th anniversary celebration over the Memorial Day weekend at the Pomona Fairplex.
Additionally, the press is welcome to download the Press Kit for media resources and contact press@r2games.
MADRID -- Press Kit Materials are Available at: http://www.