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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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The rapper guest starred in Anchorman 2, has appeared in the TV show Entourage and 2008 movie The Love Guru.
This deal will give Sky Movies customers exclusive access to all Paramount Pictures new films, including the recent new hits Noah and Anchorman 2, as well as the ability to enjoy a wide range of classic titles.
I have a goody bag to give away for one reader and nine copies of Anchorman 2 on DVD for the runners-up.
Anchorman 2 has no real reason to exist, so it fills the gaping void with bits and pieces.
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Anchorman creators Adam McKay and Will Ferrell created comedy video website Funny or Die in April 2007.
I have been waiting 10 years for a sequel to the amazingness of Anchorman and finally, I got one.
It was such a journey to get Anchorman made in the first place, I think it took us three years to convince a studio to make a comedy about news.
The blonde toddler has bseen at home in Los Angeles with dad – musician Martyn LeNoble – while mum has been promoting her latest movie, outrageous comedy Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Summary: Gemma Arterton on Hansel and Gretel and wanting a role in Anchorman 2.
On BBC1 Wales on Thursday Jamie Owens is the anchorman for the channel's coverage, with analysis from political editor Betsan Powys, Professor Laura McAllister and Rhun ap Iorwerth.
Summary: A prominent Iraqi state television anchorman was shot dead on Tuesday as he was driving in the capital,