- a press section, especially at a sports event.
Origin of press box
An Americanism dating back to 1885–90
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Examples from the Web for press box
If the contest is an outdoor meet, the press-box is usually on the top of the bleachers.News Writing
M. Lyle Spencer
He saw Jerry and Tom Roslyn in front of the press-box, and was glad they had not noticed him.
Glen Leigh had gone on to the top of the stand close to the press-box, where he would have a good view of the race.
- an area reserved for reporters, as in a sports stadium
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