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- n. A presenter of news broadcasts.
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I came in ready to work as the main news anchor of Univisions local affiliate in the largest media market in the country.
We just appeared to her as her favorite news anchor and she was out of the house with no fuss, no muss.
And then, just before I present my Norwegian passport to the security officer, the CNN news anchor pauses and announces, “We know now the dead include the UN special representative, the man in charge there, Sergio Vieira de Mello.”
Use humor: pretend like you’re a news anchor holding an imaginary mike to your mouth and say, “This just in, folks: an earthquake registering 6.5 on the Richter scale has just been reported with the epicenter located on the breakfast table at the Medhus’s house.”