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press secretary

n.
One who officially manages the public affairs and press conferences of a public figure.
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ISLAMABAD -- On the wish of Interior Minister Ch Nisar, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has decided to remove his press secretary Daniyal Aziz.
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Brady, former White House press secretary for President Ronald Reagan.
Washington, May 31 ( ANI ): White House lead man Jay Carney has resigned from the position of press secretary to the President of the US.
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Here, we will explore this question by starting at the beginning with the first full-time White House press secretary and tracing how the office itself and its location in the web of hierarchy, influence, and communication have evolved since then.
Tony Snow, a former White House press secretary, has died, aged 53.
EARLY, AMERICA'S FIRST MODERN PRESS SECRETARY tells of one of the most influential men in mid-20th-century America--the press secretary who got Roosevelt's image and message out to the press, helping shape his image and programs during the Depression and World War II.