Someone who twists facts for political purposes.
The spin doctor made sure that the governer won the election.
by gemixman June 1, 2005
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1. Informal title for the member of an organization specifically responsible for presenting information with a particular slant or point of view, and for recovering an organizations image after a public relations catastrophe.

2. Slang for a disc jokey, especially of vinyl records and mixing.
The House Speakers Spin Doctors really cleaned up the intern scandal with that dropped contact lense story!
by Lawrence H. June 4, 2005
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someone who is employed to make sure a story works to their employers advantage
Those spin doctors are ruining the media.
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1) somebody who works in or for the media who ensures that the public understands things from a certain perspective.

2) a radio station DJ, or MC at a club or event.
1) we think that the spin doctors at the local TV station helped the mayor win the election.

2) the club boom anniversary party spin doctor was awesome!
by Bungalow Bill July 1, 2004
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A person who works in public relations, usually for a political party who spins news stories round for the benefit of that party.
The pound may have lost %20 of its value against the $ but lets report this as a great help in making our exports cheaper.
by David June 1, 2005
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Someone involved in the media, almost always a major outlet, who attempts to "spin" events and predictions in a certain light in order to further their agenda.
Dude, that PETA spin doctor used Schaivo to support a McDonald's boycott.
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Communication professional that crafts messages on behalf of an organization or individual to persuade an audience
The administration's spin doctors have managed to convince the American public that Social Security is in trouble now.
by nac June 1, 2005
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