spokesperson

(redirected from spokespersons)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to spokespersons: spokeswoman
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for spokesperson

speaker

Synonyms

Synonyms for spokesperson

a person who speaks on behalf of another or others

Synonyms for spokesperson

References in periodicals archive ?
The National Front strongly condemns the prolonging the hearing on bail application of incarcerated senior resistance leader and Freedom Party chairman Shabir Shah', said the spokesperson.
Balooni also asked the state leadership to restrict these spokespersons from speaking on national issues.
Other related points, which are being studied, are that the official spokesperson will announce updates about the workplace, as well as disseminate information about issues related to the establishment in a clear form to media outlets.
No surprises there since these spokespersons are known supporters of Roxas.
The offices of the two Spokespersons would establish a real-time and quick-response interface between their Foreign Ministries.
Penetration is even higher in Saudi Arabia, where 91 per cent are aware of foreign government spokespersons making statements on Arab media outlets.
Stressing the government's keenness to institutionalize the role of media spokespersons, Al Sharif urged the spokespersons to forge good relations with media outlets as well as journalists.
The Bar Board of Governors recently turned down an advertising appeal on a public service spot, rejecting the argument that an announcer was different from the spokesperson specified in the rule.
Now, there are some media trainers who teach spokespersons to subtly steer reporters in certain directions that serve their own purposes, and in some cases this can be done without alienating the reporter.
Therefore, a logical consideration for a multinational organization choosing a spokesperson to deliver a crisis account should be the extent to which spokespersons with ethnic backgrounds similar to or different from members of relevant publics or stakeholders will be per ceived as more or less credible and will, in turn, inspire more or less faith in the organization.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-20 March 2002-Swedish green party proposes spokespersons (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
ACA spokespersons representing the public awareness campaign's top 22 media markets will attend a day-long media-training workshop in Orlando in February.
The webinar is led by an expert on helping CEOs turn themselves into celebrity spokespersons, Maribeth Kuzmeski, and focuses on:
CONCERNED over Congress leaders speaking to the media in multiple voices and the lack of a common line denting its image, the Grand Old Party on Monday issued a virtual gag order and said only authorised spokespersons were allowed to speak for it.
Sharjah Speakers at the the second session of the Government Communication Forum emphasised the importance of spokespersons in government institutions and called for development of their skills.