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an area (sometimes in a balcony) set aside for reporters (especially in a legislative hall)

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Speaking on a point of order, Manawar Khan of JUI-F said that despite the presence of large number of media persons in the press gallery they are not getting due coverage.
Business Secretary Vince Cable told a Westminster Press Gallery lunch: "It is quite likely that we are going to get a nasty period of high fuel prices.
It's understood a complaint is on its way to the Taoiseach's office from the Dail's Press Gallery asking why working journalists were excluded from this exclusive briefing.
The ten-member committee of various different organisations including the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), Punjab Union of Journalists (PUJ), Lahore Press Club, Punjab Assembly Press Gallery Committee (PAPGC) and All-Pakistan Newspapers Employees Confederation (APNEC) met at the Lahore Press Club on Wednesday.
LAHORE, July 13 -- The entire media (print and electronic) boycotted Punjab Assembly proceedings on Monday and no journalist entered the Press Gallery for coverage.
Members of the press gallery of the Prince Edward Island Legislative Assembly voted to exclude bloggers from their organization at a public meeting held in October.
Laura Scott, a student at Emmanuel College, in Gateshead, is set to rub shoulders with some of the country's political heavyweights after she was victorious in the Parliamentary Press Gallery writing competition.
Earlier, Pakistani journalists covering the NWFP assembly session, also staged a token walkout from the press gallery to show solidarity with the Iraqi journalist.
Newman, a former journalist in the parliamentary press gallery, works as a communications and public affairs consultant in the private sector.
He also worked for three years in the House Press Gallery serving the needs of the media covering the U.
The New York Times, in an April 19 article about the pope's visit to Park East Synagogue in Manhattan, reported on a light moment in the press gallery.
Congress's Periodical Press Gallery, to which the industry's founding fathers and mothers eventually gained admission.
Sandip Sangha, aged 16, a student at King Edward's School in Birmingham, and Alex Boni, of King Edward VI School in Stourbridge, were regional winners of the Parliamentary Press Gallery writing competition.
Lowell Green is the toughest radio broadcaster in Ottawa, a rare conservative in a national press gallery full of Liberals.
Of course just about the biggest turn-off for the public is to see a local politician scoring points and playing to the gallery - in most cases the press gallery - by asking questions they know can't be answered properly.