panel discussion


Definition of panel discussion 

: a formal discussion by a panel

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a panel discussion on capital punishment

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President Trump’s tax cuts and pro-business agenda have revved up growth, stocks and corporate confidence, the managers said in a panel discussion at Bloomberg’s Toronto offices on Wednesday., "Trump’s Tax Cuts Are Making Canada’s Best Fund Managers Envious," 16 Mar. 2018 Since then, Essence Fest has evolved from big-name concert headliners to include workshops, panel discussions, and keynote speeches about politics, technology, health, style, beauty, and cooking., "Half A Million People Went To Essence Festival — & These 25 Looks Stood Out," 10 July 2018 Look forward to author readings, writing workshops, panel discussions, and a giant block party for the 20th birthday of the Art Sanctuary Gallery, the organizer behind the annual Celebration of Black Arts., "Carrie Underwood, Celebration of Black Arts and other great events in Philadelphia, June 29-July 6," 28 June 2018 The ceremony and banquet followed by one day the annual Polar Tech and Polar Talks presentations and panel discussions, as well as on-stage interviews with the two Laureates. Fred Bronson, Billboard, "Metallica & Afghanistan National Institute of Music Accept 2018 Polar Music Prizes," 14 June 2018 The evening consisted of an awards presentation, a panel discussion, and networking time between community members and award recipients. Melanie Savage, Courant Community, "Grow Windham Recognizes Leaders Within The Community," 6 June 2018 This year, New Orleans, birthplace of jazz and jambalaya, celebrates its survival from three centuries of tumult with a 300th birthday party filled with exhibitions, panel discussions, street parades and parties. Rick Jervis, USA TODAY, "New Orleans celebrates 300 years of survival from storms, floods, revolts and newcomers," 12 Apr. 2018 During a panel discussion at the Latin Alternative Music Conference in New York City, music supervisors, producers and label executives discussed the myriad ways to get alternative Latin sounds to mainstream audiences. Jessica Lipsky, Billboard, "LAMC: Brands, Film & TV Increasingly Looking Beyond Mainstream Latin Artists," 13 July 2018 Stelter appeared last week in a panel discussion at the Aspen Ideas Festival with NPR’s David Folkenflik, Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart, NPR’s Joshua Johnson, NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell and USA Today reporter Susan Page. Brian Flood, Fox News, "CNN star Brian Stelter claims 'Trump is poisoning the American people' with anti-media attacks," 6 July 2018

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First Known Use of panel discussion

1936, in the meaning defined above

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