An organization that provides news coverage to subscribers, as to newspapers or periodicals. Also called press agency, press association.(noun)
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Use "news agency" in a sentence
"A telegram arrived from the chancellor, discreetly reproaching the kaiser for returning early and for ordering the fleet to return merely on the strength of a news agency report."
"An editorial carried by the state-run Xinhua news agency on Sunday titled "Li Na is the best PR for China," called her an "outstanding name card for China" and a "brilliant 'diplomat.'""
"Lebanon's state news agency said about 40 Palestinians from various refugee camps had gathered in the southern town of Oudyssa, and that a Lebanese army unit immediately cordoned off the area "and requested the men leave and keep away from the barbed wire for their own safety.""