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  • noun Plural form of newscast.

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Examples

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • I finally saw the incident in newscasts later but still didn't catch the gist of the whole thing, I do a lot better when I can read the report.

    Safety in Michoac�n, Part Two

  • Unfortunately, it looks like the downside wasn't evaluated as thoroughly: Leno's lower ratings at 10: 00 meant diminished ratings for 11: 00 p.m. local station newscasts, an unacceptable price for network affiliates, for whom the newscasts are a cash cow.

    Jonathan Handel: Mitigation 'Round About Midnight?

  • Instead of the traditional thing you see on most newscasts, which is we reach out to experts and we reach out to pundits and we reach out to politicians, these are just average people with something to say, who have been reaching out to us and saying, we want our message heard as well.

    CNN Transcript Apr 22, 2008

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