media-shy

media-shy

adj
(Communications & Information) reluctant to appear in the mass media
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She is the wife of Tom Hagen, a media-shy real estate investor and owner of an electric company.
The media-shy Senior Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Mr.
China's most successful global firm has booked a huge stand at the four-day Mobile World Congress and has sent a large delegation which includes its media-shy founder, Ren Zhengfei, and two rotating chairmen.
"But now that we've gone down this path, we'll let the courts settle it." The normally media-shy Huawei founder has been forced to step into the limelight in recent months as the company has come under increasing pressure over espionage concerns and the US-led campaign to persuade other countries to ban its technology.
No subject was off limits - he discussed YouTube compilations of his best MLS moments, how his own success in the game has allowed his father (a security guard) and his mother (a supermarket attendant) to retire, as well as the tattoo on his right arm which displays the biblical quote "I am the way, the truth and the life" - and, despite having previously been media-shy across in the USA - Almiron knew how to strike the right tone with his answers.
Police say they have no suspects in the disappearance of Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen, the 68-year-old wife of Tom Hagen -- a media-shy real estate investor and owner of an electric company.
The media-shy Jasmin much prefers to stay out of the limelight and goes about making sure that enough funds flow in on a yearly basis for the work that the foundation and Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) has to do.
Media-shy construction firms are not uncommon, either globally or in the Middle East, and rumours tend to fly in times of increased market activity.
Duterte said Roque was "very articulate," "bright," and "somehow a smart aleck but knows something." Go, who used to be media-shy but has been very visible lately, was described as "mahusay sa lahat (good in everything)" and "marunong (knowledgeable).
Summary: The often media-shy John Goodman opened up about Barr's controversial departure from the show