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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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"It is highly unfortunate that the Arab world has been afflicted by such people as the anchorwoman who stooped so low as to attack a man who had devoted his life to serving pilgrims," Khalid Al Mitrafi posted.
Saleh Al Mughailif, the spokesperson for the Saudi radio and television, said that the anchorwoman was a correspondent reading news from a studio in Britain and not in Saudi Arabia, reported the Gulf News.
El-Khayat, who is the anchorwoman of a show on privately owned ONTV, then encouraged viewers to Google the ranking of Morocco in terms of AIDS prevalence.
An event to launch 4 weeks of bidding hosted by ITV Tyne Tees anchorwoman Pam Royle and starring Alexander Millar took place at the theatre last night.
The ITV Tyne Tees anchorwoman will host the evening at the Theatre Royal, in Newcastle, alongside local artist Alexander Millar, who has produced a new oil painting featuring his infamous 'gadgie'.
A young TV presenter applying for the job of anchorwoman on BBC's Look North to replace Christa Ackroyd t'other week was asked how she would interview Arthur Scargill if he came into the studio.
BEIJING -- Much of China was riveted Thursday to the stream of Twitter-like updates from the trial of disgraced politician Bo Xilai -- even a TV anchorwoman was seen on a live national program checking her cellphone for the latest posting.
An anchorwoman at KTVU, a Fox affiliate based in Oakland, California, fell victim last week to an apparent prank and reported four bogus pilot names, including "Sum Ting Wong" and "Wi Tu Low," during a newscast.
A TV anchorwoman unwittingly shared news of her engagement with millions of viewers after reading from an autocue that had been tampered with by her boyfriend.
Other speakers include famed Appalachian region photographer Tim Barnwell; Associated Press bureau chief Michelle Williams; creativity and brainstorming expert Tim Earnhardt; media relations specialist and former TV anchorwoman Heather Orne and "social media virtuoso" Megan McKoy-Noe of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Egyptian anchorwoman, Fatma Nabil, read the Channel 1 news broadcast on Sunday whilst wearing a veil.
The gentle anchorwoman read the news in a rather apologetic tone.