news briefing

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  • The remarks came during Mr. Christie's early evening news briefing on the storm at the state emergency command center in West Trenton.
  • He called a news briefing on April 20, 2006 to announce his intention to sign with the University of Washington.
  • Regular items in Art Monthly include feature articles, an editorial opinion column, news briefings, exhibition reviews, book reviews, an art-law column and exhibition listings.
  • A common criticism of the White House news briefings is that top reporters are given priority access to the Press Secretary and are allowed follow-up questions, while those in the back rows are rarely called upon.
  • Since its inception in 1994, WRAPP has sponsored monthly news briefings tailored to the needs of Asian journalists.
  • The White House Press Secretary or a deputy generally holds a weekday news briefing, which takes place in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room.
  • He appears to remain at loggerheads with BBC management, and in 2006 it was reported that he would no longer read the news on the Today programme, in opposition to the changes made by management to start that shift earlier and include an extra News Briefing programme.
  • While in the Nation's Capitol, Odierno also met with several think tanks and policy organizations, including the National War College, and conducted a news briefing with the Pentagon Press Corps.
  • The White House Press Corps is the group of journalists or correspondents usually stationed at the White House in Washington, D.C., to cover the President of the United States, White House events, and news briefings.
  • In the Loop is a daily news briefing tailored to the needs of nephrologists and summarizes key reporting on kidney and renal medicine from the previous 24 hours.
  • This included participating in a Washington, DC news briefing on this issue and meetings with the Justice Department that resulted in a settlement between DOJ and the Puerto Rico police in December.
  • Speaking at his monthly news briefing on 16 March 2006, Tony Blair confirmed his knowledge of the loans but denied any connection between the large loans from three private individuals and whether they were subsequently nominated for honours.
  • Federal News Service (initially called Federal Transcripts) was founded in 1983 and initially provided a subscription transcript service of daily White House, State Department, and Pentagon news briefings.
  • In response, a 5 September news briefing at the Pentagon by Press Secretary Geoff Morrell stated that at no time was the public in any danger and that military personnel had custody of the weapons at all times.
  • In 2006, he was involved in a controversy over his decision to replace the Radio 4 UK Theme with a "pacy news briefing, read by one of Radio 4's team of news readers".
  • On 23 January 2006, the BBC announced that by April 2006 the UK Theme would be scrapped, the station opening instead with a news briefing and extended shipping forecast.
  • At that time, spokesman for the American State Department Richard Boucher condemned both violence by Palestinians and targeted killings by Israelis during a State Department news briefing.
  • On December 12, 2008 Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko announced at a news briefing that she is confident that early mayoral elections will be held again in Kiev.
  • On December 12, 2008 Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko announced at a news briefing that she was confident that early mayoral elections would be held again in Kiev.
  • Deputy Chief of the General Staff Anatoly Nogovitsyn displayed photocopies of an American passport at a news briefing, claiming that the passport was found at a Georgian fighting position.