- n the host or chairman of a radio or tv quiz show or panel game
- Clinton, seated on the end, maintained an air of detachment, speaking only when called upon by quizmaster Tom Brokaw.
- To Hal March (real name: Harold Mendelson), 36, TV quizmaster ($64,000 Question), and Candy Toxton, 31, onetime model: a boy, their first child; in Manhattan.
- Last week, for example, he was a solemn reader of blank verse (Living1948), a slightly sardonic moderator (Author Meets the Critics), a whimsical telecast quizmaster .
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- Announcing Gothamist's First-Ever Trivia Night!
Are you the brains of Brooklyn? A great mind of Manhattan? A quizmaster in Queens? The best in the Bronx? A sage of Staten Island? Come test your knowledge of the five boroughs at Gothamist's first-ever trivia event — Know Your City —presented with trivia mavens TrivWorks . You've got some time to read The Encyclopedia Of New York (and ten years of our archives) before it all goes down, the ...
Aug. 6, 2013 - Gothamist
- Pradeep in Economic Times
The gathering of the best brains and the magic of quizmaster Derek O'Brien create a wonderful atmosphere,said Pradeep Shrivastava, CMO, Idea Cellular, the title sponsors of the event.