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news

noun broadcast news, coverage, current affairs, daily news, developments, happenings, hard news, intelligence, media, news gathering, news medium, news service, press, reportage, reporting, the fourth estate, the press, the press corps, word
See also: communication, disclosure, dispatch, information, message, narrative, notice, notification, publicity, report, statement, story
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Members of the general public also look up to newscasters, since they are a valuable source of information.
As well as being well-respected newscasters, both have a warm and approachable manner which endears them to millions of viewers.
Gradually, more and more information was put on the screen until the newscaster became just a piece of the news puzzle.
Newscaster attracted four claims, with one coming from a representative of Pipe and another on behalf of Paul Cole.
The computer-generated character has been given characteristics based on the personality PA New Media claims most people want a newscaster to have.
So, our note isn't just for one newscaster who's gotten carried away, but some others who think more of themselves than of the news they deliver:
Summary: A Greek newscaster has been left with more than egg on his face after he was repeatedly pelted with yoghurt and eggs on live television.
She said: "Having spent several happy years working for ITN I'm delighted to join ITV London Tonight as a main newscaster.
Kym Ryder was named Soap Personality of the Year and Fiona Bruce was named Newscaster of the Year
In a show of journo solidarity, newscaster Al-Jazeera issued a statement calling for their immediate release.
Runger reports the information much like a radio newscaster, bringing to life the author's descriptions of a five-foot-high wall of water crashing into the town; people pleading for help while floating down the river on rooftops; the desolation left in the flood's aftermath and much, much more.
I hope the day never arrives when BBC newscaster, or newscaster on any channel for that matter, says the dreaded "haitch".