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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 Anchormen will be playing their usual mix of pulsating jazz arrangements and smooth vocal numbers from a whole array of artists including Michael Buble and Phil Collins.
Hope and Social has invited members of the Anchormen Ensemble to play arranger James Hamilton's unique brand of big band arrangements mixed in with their usual repertoire continuing the jazz theme for the evening.
The gig aims to showcase the latest developments within the band and also to raise money for the Anchormen Organisation which has had a successful winter season.
The Anchormen sponsored the competition which was hosted at Huddersfield Sports Centre.
So there is great delight that music is back in a big way next week thanks to the Elland-based Anchormen Ensemble which plays at the society's monthly meeting at Oakes.
IT was a close call but the junior section of the Elland-based Anchormen took the British Junior Winterguard Championship by just three tenths of a point.
And the Elland-based Anchormen are aiming to prove they are the best at it.
Few of the many festival performers will be playing with more pzazz and quiet pride than Elland-based The Anchormen Ensemble.
TITLE The Anchormen Ensemble, A Tribute to Maynard Ferguson
The Anchormen Colour Guard - who per form routines bearing standards and flags - took second place in the Junior National Winterguard Championships.
The Anchormen Ensemble, from Elland, are an all-brass ensemble with a high octave trumpet section and driving rhythm.
The Anchormen Winterguard team of Elland won the junior section at the Midlands competition in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire.