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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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She says Stewart, by far, received more viewer e-mails than any other anchorwoman, hundreds of them.
Attacks like this are not OK," the WKBT anchorwoman said on-air, which you can view in the video below.
NEWSGIRL Isla Traquair yesterday thanked Channel Five anchorwoman Natasha Kaplinsky for getting pregnant - and giving her a big break.
attracts millions of viewers each week, and prompted Look North anchorwoman, Carol Malia, to delve into her ancestry.
A former television anchorwoman, Koike originally held a seat from the proportional representation sector of western Japan's Kinki block, which includes her electoral base of Hyogo Prefecture.
The anchorwoman for the nightly S4C news magazine programme Wedi 7 will be among hundreds of cyclists to join the sponsored event.
The 35-year-old heir to the Spanish throne will wed Leticia Ortiz Rocasolano, 31, a wellknown anchorwoman for Spanish national television.
North television anchorwoman Carol Malia has revealed she was the target of a stalker.
Gail Scott, an international speaker, executive media coach, former Washington television anchorwoman and author of "Diplomatic Dance: The New Embassy Life in America" will be a featured speaker at the PRSA Sunshine District Conference.
Miss Wu was a broadcast journalist with TVBS in Taiwan and Miss Liu used to work for the company but is now an anchorwoman for the Hong Kong-based Phoenix Television Company, Miss Wang said.
CNBC Asia anchorwoman Ms Sydnie Kohara will be the master of ceremonies at the 1999 awards.
Helen Thomas, veteran news service reporter, a Hearst Newspapers columnist, member of the White House Press Corps and author, and JC Hayward, W*USA-TV News Anchorwoman, will be honored May 16 by the Washington, DC chapter of the Association for Women in Communications (AWC-DC) during its 2007 Matrix Awards Luncheon at the National Press Club.