from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A radio or television broadcast of the news.
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- n. A broadcast of the news; a news report that is transmitted over the air for television, radio, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a broadcast of news or commentary on the news
I worked right there in Washington, D.C. and Capitol Hill, and when the evening newscast is 99% Michael Jackson, now, I have trouble with that.
The Onion's latest video segment -- a newscast from a future where humans are subservient to robots -- is not only uproariously funny, it's also a damned fine, top-notch piece of science fiction.
Kevin Newman's iPod broadcasts are in the top-20 in the country while his TV newscast is #1.
These fellows are the top of the industry so you are getting the chance today to hear about how the newscast is being put together by three who are at the top end of that ladder.
The top story on tonight’s local early newscast is the disturbing hate and vandalism of the teabaggers/terrorists.
I remember when the only female on a newscast was your local “weather girl” and she obviously had not been selected for her meteorlogical expertise.
Flip through the major affiliates the Fox newscast, which is on an hour earlier and features a newsreader with a harelip, is on par, reportage-and production-quality-wise, with something out of Albania twenty years ago, and Allison throws herself down next to me.
She can't win for trying, because when she came in, they were talking about reinventing the newscast, which is what they did, and it was soundly rejected by the traditional news viewers who wanted a more traditional newscast.
Adding to the pressure on CBS to improve the newscast is the faltering performance of CBS's prime-time schedule and CBS Corp. itself.
Then my DVR cut out, and I missed the last several minutes of the newscast, which is why the numbers on the bar graph might be a little bit skewed.
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