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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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TACKLING TRADITION: The crowds clamour for the ball (above), Central News presenter Joanne Malin (below) gets the game started and (bottom) youngsters get their hands on the treasured ball.
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The game was due to be kicked off at 3pm by Central News presenter Joanne Malin.
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The 32-year-old brunette beauty - nominated for best news presenter at the TV Now Awards - said she can't imagine having kids in the capital.
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BBC news presenter Kay Alexander called into the store in Atherstone, north Warwickshire, to collect the cheque from checkout assistant Val King.
Central News presenter, Llewela Bailey celebrated the opening of Stoford Developments new headquarters at 214 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, with a helping hand from directors Tony Nash, Dominic Stokes, Andy Rowbottom and Chris Lea.
A judging panel has now been set up to vet the entries including Prof Norman Cherry, from the UCE's School of Jewellery, ITV Central News presenter Bob Warman and Michael Allchin, Assay Master from Birmingham Assay Office.
Five News presenter Kirsty Young said: "The guest editors have different areas of specialist knowledge.
NEWS presenter Kay Alexander joined Nuneaton town crier Paul Gough at the weekend to spread a little festive cheer to people in the borough.