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anchorman

(in broadcasting) a person in a central studio who links up and maintains contact with various outside camera units, reporters, etc.
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Photo: (1) NBC anchorman Peter Jennings, center, talks with three Mexican immigrants in downtown Los Angeles for an upcoming story on the city's growing problems.
His last job was as an anchorman at KMIR, the NBC affiliate in Palm Desert.
TODAY'S TMJ4 Anchorman, Mike Gousha will moderate and a panel of journalists, including Journal Sentinel Washington Bureau Chief, Craig Gilbert, will join him.
The Blurred Lines singer and the Anchorman star have already recorded a cover of Christopher Cross' 1980 hit Ride Like The Wind.
14, just weeks before the film's highly anticipated sequel " Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" hits theaters on Dec.
Summary: Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, the team behind Anchorman, have confirmed that there will be a sequel in some way, shape or form.
Renowned KTLA Channel 5 Los Angeles television anchorman Hal Fishman, a pilot and a member of Clay's team on many previous World Speed Record flights, is onboard today's flight as one of the pilots.
The new Anchorman is released in Irish cinemas on December 20.
The original film, written by Will Ferrell & Adam McKay, directed by McKay, and starring Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and David Koechner, takes a comic look at a 1970s-era television newsroom and the legendary local anchorman who ruled it until a female reporter arrived to challenge the all-male news team.
Later the two of them teamed up to write a screenplay, with McKay making his debut as film director, and the result is Anchorman, one of the funniest comedies of the year.
When he's passed over for an anchorman post, Bruce melts down on camera.
Opening nationwide on July 9, 2004, "Anchorman" stars Ferrell as Ron Burgundy, San Diego's top-rated anchorman in the 1970s.