newsreader newsreader

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone who reads out broadcast news bulletin

Usage(s):

  1. Your newsreader does the rest, a sort of e-dog that fetches new headlines as soon as they're available.
  2. The translators have even captioned some of the comments by the newsreader and a senior policeman leading the investigation.
  3. Every newsreader can remember them.

News

  1. The First Full Trailer Of 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' Is Here

    Ron Burgundy and the gang are back for another big screen adventure. In round two, the mustached newsreader finds himself taking on a 24-hour news station in the '80s with the same ego and inappropriate charm, just better hair. New pals Meagan Good and James Marsden also join the cast. Directed by Adam McKay and produced by Judd Apatow, Anchorman 2 is set to hit theaters Dec. 20. Watch the ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Vibe Magazine

  2. WATCH: He is Ron Burgundy, and he is back in the new Anchorman 2 trailer

    Youtube The world's best-loved - and most-coiffed - newsreader is back in the long-anticipated sequel to The Anchorman. Nearly 10 years after the smash hit original, Will Ferrell's moustachioed broadcasting legend Ron Burgundy has reunited with his old team for a brand new assignment. Paul Rudd returns as...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Post

Quotes

  1. And Sir Terry, who has an audience of nearly 8million for his Radio 2 breakfast show, added: "Before you start with the, 'Fair play old boy, there's more to it than that!', I was a radio and TV newsreader and there isn't."
    on Sep 2, 2009 By: Terry Wogan Source: The Sun

  2. Tennant said: "I would still rather have Gordon Brown than David Cameron. I would rather have a Prime Minister who is the cleverest person in the room than a Prime Minister who looks good in a suit. He's a regional newsreader who will jump on...
    on Jan 8, 2010 By: David Tennant Source: Scottish Daily Record

  3. Defending the decision to axe her, Mr Thompson replied: "I want to refute the suggestion that ageism, sexism or racism are factors in this decision." "The traditional role of the newsreader, as opposed to correspondent or presenter, has...
    on Apr 24, 2007 By: Mark Thompson Source: The Sun

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