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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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Mahoney persevered yesterday after a shaky start, but Rhode Island College collected eight hits and senior pitcher Amanda Berard struck out 10 as the Anchorwomen beat the Lancers, 4-1, at the Dayna A.
An investigative committee was established last November by Waddah Khanfur the head of al Jazeera, led by Khalid Abdullah after the resignations were handed in to look into complaints filed by eight anchorwomen including the five women who quit.
When you are on air, you can't help that," Maulden said about the inquiries many viewers will send to the station and the anchorwomen.
Now the Hollywood idol has turned his attentions to pretty early-morning news anchorwomen. This time, it's Los Angeles TV presenter Sharon Tay.
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