a section or part of an area, as at the scene of a public event, reserved for reporters.
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How to use press section in a sentence
From the press section on the arena’s second tier, two Israeli flags were visible in the stands, unfurled proudly when Avdija was announced in the starting lineup and every time he hit a big bucket until he left the court.Wizards welcome back fans, fend off Warriors on eventful night at Capital One Arena | Ava Wallace | April 22, 2021 | Washington Post
In America the gutter press section of journalism is esteemed at its true worth, and is as harmless as a few squibs.The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent | S.M. Hussey
She walked across to this apartment and, opening the door a little wider, discovered a press section of the movement at work.Ann Veronica | H. G. Wells