Deep Background


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Deep Background

Describing an interview that may not be used as an official source, but improves the interviewer's perception. Information from a deep background interview generally must be confirmed before it is published. The term is used largely in American journalism.
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With a deep background in academic and corporate settings, Minoli argues that the capabilities of Internet Protocol version six (IPv6) are crucial to the wide-spread development of the emerging technology by which information about material things can be made available on the Internet.
Sandra Lineberry, University of Nebraska Federal Credit Union's board chair said, "NUFCU will be in great hands with Keith, who brings outstanding expertise in the credit union industry, including a deep background in leveraging people and processes that will serve NUFCU well.
When Spickard first sought the office in a three-way race in 2006, the campaign hinged on the question of whether the assessor should be someone with solid grounding in management and local government, or a person with a deep background in property appraisal.
In this new era of health reform, Governor, Parkinson's deep background in this sector, coupled with his policy expertise, will serve our members well as we look to future challenges," said Robert Van Dyk, chair of AHCA's Board of Governors, in a statement.
Cynthia and her deep background and eminence in retail operations and real estate consulting is yet another commitment that Newmark Knight Frank is making to ensure our Global Corporate Services clients receive world class service and solutions," said Michael R.
WMR has learned from a deep background source that Xe Services, the company formerly known as Blackwater, has been conducting false flag terrorist attacks in Pakistan that are later blamed on the entity called Pakistani Taliban," The News quoted Madsen, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Association for Intelligence Officers (AFIO), and the National Press Club, as saying.
First there's Sam himself, who teaches (and models) a combination of reportorial skills and deep background knowledge of subject matter in a way that I think would have inspired me even had my beat been technology or theater or anything, rather than Jews.
John Chiminski, Catalent's president and chief executive officer, said that with Nielsen's deep background in both pharmaceutical sciences and commercial activities, he is uniquely suited to ensure the company aligns its more than 1,000 scientists and engineers to produce the innovations that both the customers and their patients need.
He has a deep background in brands as well in the professional beauty industry.
Therefore, he includes many exercises in this introduction for readers who do not necessarily have a deep background in mathematics.
His deep background and experience in radio sales training, as well as in operations and station management, positions him very well for bringing value to the NAFB community in service to agriculture.
As president of Scottsdale Community College, Gehler will bring with her a deep background in community college and technical education.