stop press


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stop press

n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) news items inserted into a newspaper after the printing has been started
2. (Journalism & Publishing) the space regularly left blank for this
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Noun1.stop press - late news that is inserted into the newspaper at the last minute
news - information reported in a newspaper or news magazine; "the news of my death was greatly exaggerated"
Translations

stop press

nultimissime fpl
References in classic literature ?
Harker took the paper, flapped and refolded it, and looked at the "Stop Press" news.
In November 1991 Stop Press was runninig a Say No To A Stranger children's safety campaign in schools.
The organization stressed that the so-called media trolls could not stop press freedom; it would only strengthen public's awareness on resisting false information.
Reacting to the attacks on the Sudanese journalist and press, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Thursday condemned the recent restrictions against the newspapers in Sudan and called on the NISS to stop press censorship.
| Stop Press: Some sources, not Everton, say the Blues will face Manchester United in Wayne Rooney's testimonial match on August 3.
STOP PRESS. David Gest has left the house, citing medical reasons.
Callum Perry ...on temperatures set to plunge to -4degC in UK this weekend STOP PRESS...
STOP press: Marcus Mumford and his merry band of minstrels have changed direction.
MUMFORD AND SONS - WILDER MIND STOP press: Marcus Mumford and his merry band of minstrels have changed direction.
Stop Press! The manager of my local 'TatWorld' has quit, Tim Sherwood has issued a statement ruling himself out, he's opted for a different cut-price basket case.
Stop press: The company has announced the appointment of Martin Sutherland of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence as its new Chief Executive: the shares showed no immediate movement but the market had little time to react.