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press·room

 (prĕs′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
n.
The room in a printing or newspaper publishing establishment that contains the presses.

pressroom

(ˈprɛsˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the room in a printing establishment that houses the printing presses

press•room

(ˈprɛsˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

n.
1. the room in a printing or newspaper publishing establishment where the printing presses are installed.
2. a room set aside for members of the press.
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We also offer a variety of pressroom accessories and cleaning supplies for care & maintenance.
Germany based mechanical engineering company Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (FWB: HDD) is acquiring the EMEA region coatings and pressroom chemicals operations of strategic partner Fujifilm Europe BV, the company said.
Nova Pressroom Products, LLC was established in 2007, during a transitional period in the commercial printing industry.
In 2015 Newswire engineered PressRoom by Newswire, a software program that enables users to create a fully engaging pressroom on a given website.
RopeSwing last month announced plans for two new projects in downtown Bentonville: The Belfry, a restaurant and bar to be housed in a renovated church on the square, and the Pressroom, a restaurant that will be moved from its current location on the square to the new Midtown Center just across the way.
Last year, students, under the direction of Paul Barba, veteran cabinetmaking teacher, made a podium that is used in the Statehouse pressroom. This year, two seniors, Brian King of Westminster and Michael Hildreth of Ashburnham, were selected to make replicas of two antique round side tables.
For more information, visit Garmin's virtual pressroom at www.garmin.com/pressroom
Their central gathering point is the pressroom, which serves as a place to pick up exhibitor press kits.
"Terry brings an extensive on press experience that further proves Allied's commitment in the pressroom and to our valued dealers," said Sures.
On the night of Game Seven of the National Basketball Association playoffs, when a morning newspaper in the winner's city needs every production cylinder to fire precisely, the pressroom of the Los Angeles Times had a massive set of failures, causing all readers to get papers delivered late and many to not receive the sports section.
According to The Memphis Newspaper Guild, The Commercial Appeal may outsource to another printer next year, ending jobs in the 192,631-circulation (229,441 Sundays) daily's pressroom.