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- n. One who delivers the news for broadcast on television, radio, etc; a newsreader.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Someone who broadcasts the news.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who broadcasts the news
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The female newscaster is still detailing this big fight that went on earlier.
Dr. Izz el-Deen Aboul Aish, who gave frequent interviews to the Israeli media, was minutes away from giving another when he called newscaster Shlomi Eldar, screaming and weeping with grief.
But Olbermann's priority and his mission as a newscaster is the solution for why the public mistrusts the media: TRUTH.
I clearly recall a newscaster being disciplined because they were wearing an American flag pin days after 9-11.
Who's that big mouth, egotistical so called "newscaster"?
When I was in high school, I was a "newscaster" for a half hour segment our Communications class put together every week for the local cable access channel.
Just because as a 'newscaster' he keeps hugely idiotic company doesn't mean we should enshrine him in any politico-critical halls of fame.
One of my most frequent reminders is a local "newscaster" well, actually more of a "news" personality, the approximately 84 year old Marvin Zindler.
What scares me is the "newscaster" look - she could be behind a desk and you wouldn't know the horror of what lies beneath.
IMO, a newscaster should not “promote” a political event, but should cover it as a news story.
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