news media representative


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news media representative

An individual employed by a civilian radio or television station, newspaper, newsmagazine, periodical, or news agency to gather and report on a newsworthy event. Also called NMR. See also public affairs.
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He has already made at least $50,000 from news media representatives either for his stories about his parents' sex lives, or for not telling other news media -- and he will make himself a lot more.
News media representatives interested in covering the event must sign up at the press site for transportation.
Deal, contributors, and news media representatives.
In working with foreign journalists, it is important to remember that such news media representatives play a significant role in today's world of global communications.
News media representatives are key players in the so-called "expectations game" and promote competition, conflict and controversy in order to get the horses into the starting gate.
Rebels Star Wins Coveted Award As Magnolia State's Best College Football Player Over Four Other Finalists in Voting By Panel of Sports News Media Representatives
To attend the event, news media representatives must be dressed in full-length pants, flat shoes that entirely cover the feet, and shirts with sleeves.
News media representatives are invited to attend the Space Coast Job Fair and Hands-on Training Event at 11 a.
The panel includes current and former legislators, former Supreme Court justices, business executives, news media representatives and others.
The bill came after a coalition of local news media representatives made a "compelling case" for the need for such a law, according to The Boston Globe.
Covered by hundreds of news media representatives and televised live, the accomplishment was hailed as a historic milestone, the opening of human space travel to private enterprise, and an inspiration for youngsters.
Immediately after Robertson's opening address, I remarked to some news media representatives that it was "the most pro-Republican speech I have ever heard him give" and that he seemed "more interested in the G-O-P than G-O-D.