A news release
announces important and/or interesting new work.
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Editors are usually more prone to publish news releases
with supporting visuals than ones without.
"Martin conducted free lunchor dinner seminars around Arkansas which targeted seniors and retirees," the news release
When she was alive, she tried to get away from the domestic violence and had sought shelter from Womenspace, a news release
Reynolds is the same company that brought the American people Joe Camel advertising, which had a direct link to an increase in youth smoking and which at one time was recognizable to 90 percent of 6-year-olds," said Cheryl Healton, DrPH, president of the American Legacy Foundation, in the news release
. "Joe Camel went away and it's time for Camel No.
For the NIPAs, the tables included in the news release
will include annual estimates for 2003-2006 and quarterly estimates for the fourth quarter of 2003 (or earlier) through the second quarter of 2007 for most tables.
To learn more, see "Consumer Price Index: December 2005," news release
USDL 06-84; "Producer Price Indexes-December 2005," news release
USDL 06-42; "U.S.
Any individual whose main home is located in the disaster area; see, e.g., IR News Release
World Dairy Diary was first made public with a news release
that was distributed internationally to journalists using PR Web, Talking News Releases
and Expo's own media list.
The plant will have an initial capacity of 8,000 metric tons per year, according to a SiCon news release
, with the ability to expand available.
Under securities law, public companies must operate under "fair disclosure," providing honest, complete and consistent disclosure of material news to all investors and at the same time through a public dissemination (typically a news release
and filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission).