wireroom

wireroom

[wahyuhr-room, -room]
noun
1.
a bookmaking establishment, especially one disguised as a lawful business.
2.
a room, as in a newspaper office or television station, containing a teletype or other equipment for receiving news.

Origin:
wire + room

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