house organ


noun

a periodical issued by a business or other establishment for its employees, customers, and other interested readers, presenting news about the firm, its products, and its personnel.

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Origin of house organ

First recorded in 1905–10
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British Dictionary definitions for house organ

house organ

noun

a periodical published by an organization for its employees or clients
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