an organization formed for the purpose of gathering news for transmittal to its members.: Compare news agency.
an association of publishers in a particular area.
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How to use press association in a sentence
Coffey told the press association it was an “extraordinary” feeling to be married, something he thought could never happen.
One local resident, Julia Wilders, told the press association she had seen the victim lying on the ground.British Soldier Reportedly Attacked by Islamic Extremists in London | Peter Jukes | May 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
By contrast, the press association has been reporting today that the police are studying the images online.
In August, she was honored at the Hollywood Foreign press association luncheon (the HFPA votes on the Golden Globes).
Four years later, Wu was chosen to participate in a mid-career advancement program run by the World press association.
A press-association man, back on Luna, uttered the first profanity ever to travel faster than light.Operation: Outer Space | William Fitzgerald Jenkins
He was one of the founders of the press association, and during one year occupied the position of President.The Canadian Portrait Gallery Volume 3 | John Charles Dent
A large man from a press association sat there but she looked through him and saw the hero of the Marne.The A.E.F. | Heywood Broun
What an extraordinary chance—that he should have run into the agent of the great press association!King Coal | Upton Sinclair