a good press

a good press

If someone or something gets a good press, they are praised a lot, especially in the newspapers, on television, or on radio. For the most part, the president got a good press during his visit to China. Note: This expression is often varied. For example, you can talk about someone getting good press, or you can replace good with other adjectives. The auto maker has been getting some good press lately for changes being made by its new management team. The fans of the Manchester City football team get a fantastic press. Compare with a bad press.
See also: good, press