disseminator disseminator


  • (n) someone who spreads the news


  1. It is at once a collector and disseminator of information about the cityscape, a goader, cheerleader and teacher.
  2. The great value of PTI as a disseminator of really important news, reported clearly and precisely has again been demonstrated.
  3. The carrier and disseminator of venereal disease today is just one of us, so to speak.


  • Business Wire and Stockr Collaborate on Social Investor Forum Discussing The Future of Twitter as a Public Company

    Business Wire, the leading disseminator of market-moving corporate news has teamed with Stockr, an emerging social platform for investors and public companies to host an online Stockr Panel, "The Future of Twitter as a Public Company." As investors contemplate Twitter's upcoming IPO, The Future of Twitter panel brings thought leaders from the technology and financial industries together to ...
    on October 1, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "Beliefnet could have been integrated into the News Corp. organization as a gatherer and disseminator of religious news and opinion for News Corp. properties, but that never happened," Dreher said in an e-mail.
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Rod Dreher Source: ChristianityToday.com (blog)

  2. ...Dec. 2 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou said Wednesday that Taiwan's offer to donate influenza A(H1N1) vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO) has helped feature the country as a "peace creator" and "disseminator of love."
    on Dec 2, 2009 By: Ma Ying-jeou Source: eTaiwan News

  3. "The Global Agenda Councils mark a major milestone in the Forum's evolution towards becoming the integrator, manager and disseminator of the best knowledge available in the world. These Councils build upon a unique strength of the Forum; its...
    on May 19, 2008 By: Klaus Schwab Source: Middle East Events (press release)

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