"The Philippines has always been a friend of China," Locsin said as he recalled how he broke through the Western news embargo
on China in 1967 to see for himself and tell the world of the progress that China had made.
Although the Greenhead Gym Club founder and international judge was unable to say too much about her role, due to a news embargo
by the IOC for security reasons, she admitted: "I'm excited about going and see it as a great honour to be chosen.
9 news embargo
on this book passed than it became one of the most widely reviewed and analyzed academic studies released in a long time.
Although the national press corps was aware of the incident, they maintained a news embargo
until her release in order to allow government officials the maximum latitude in their negotiations.
The Boston Globe maintains that the contract allows freelancers to retain their copyright and the right to resell their work to other news outlets in New England after a news embargo
that varies from 24 to 48 hours, and so the contract is actually a favorable one for the freelancers.
After word emerged of the airlines' news embargo
, critics assembled lists of those whose views may have been relevant, including passenger and consumer groups, unions, and federal regulators who still must approve the takeover.
The news embargo
that prevented the press from reporting on the top-secret mission all but obscured the fact that history had been made by the Black astronaut who flew and landed Discovery, and directed the deployment of the shuttle's classified cargo.
Brighton and Foy argue that news embargoes
are a fascinating litmus test of news values in practice.
may be dead but press releases are still relevant.
. When a company has something big and important to announce, they sometimes give us a heads up by issuing a press release that is "embargoed" until a certain day and time.