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(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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Proceeds from the evening will go to the Anchormen organisation, which is a registered charity based in Elland .
Tickets for tomorrow's concert are pounds 10 from the Anchormen and Hope and Social Facebook pages or from Robin Barraclough on 07740 909085.
The new season for the Anchormen begins on April 21 at the Savage Centre in Elland and new members are welcome.
The Anchormen colour guard will be aiming for the top place, having been junior champions in 2007 and junior runners up in 2008.
It's the fourth year that the brass and rhythm of The Anchormen Ensemble will be heard in the Colne Valley.
But The Anchormen Ensemble that pays tribute to the music of Stan Kenton and the big band sound of Buddy Rich is only part of a much wider Anchormen organisation.
Saturday's concert at the LBT was a tribute to the late trumpet star Maynard Ferguson, whose bravura high register playing was obviously a major influence on the six Anchormen trumpeters.
The Anchormen are based at the Savage Centre in Elland.
Most of the players have history marching with local bands, including the Brighouse St John's Ambulance Brigade, The Brighouse Royal British Legion, The Northern Skyriders, Conquest Alliance and the Anchormen.
The Anchormen ensemble play their tribute at the LBT on Saturday, April 19, starting at 8pm.
Their show, based on Broadway show music, was written by Tony Lees, a former member of the Anchormen.
The Anchormen are one of the area's oldest musical groups.