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Synonyms for anchorman

a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute

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At the time of Anchorman 2's release, Ferrell described what it was like to work with Kanye.
The winner's prize comprises a copy of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues on DVD, a copy of the Ron Burgundy Autobiography, an Anchorman 2 phone docking station and an Anchorman 2 moustache ice cube tray.
And yet, I have to say -- in my humble opinion, and with all standard caveats appended -- that Anchorman 2 isn't funny.
But the mix of characters, comedy, and social media fan support helped Anchorman seize a place in America's cultural zeitgeist.
Where the original Anchorman took potshots at sexism when the misogynistic Ron was paired with a female co-anchor this one tackles racism when Ron discovers his new boss is not only female but African American.
Once the globe–trotting programme of promoting Anchorman 2 is completed, Christina ,42, has just one role in mind.
Speaking of Will, the Brit actress says she would love to have a small part on Anchorman 2 and has been hinting to the directors.
Anchorman Dewi Llwyd will be joined by Vaughan Roderick, Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Bethan Rhys Roberts and Arwyn Jones.
EVA Mendes was honoured to work with Will Ferrell as she sees his work Anchorman as a cinematic masterpiece.
It wasn't the first time the anchorman had visited Coventry.
Journalist Tetsuya Chikushi, known as the main anchorman of TBS news program ''News 23,'' died Friday of lung cancer at a Tokyo hospital, Tokyo Broadcasting System Inc.
He's typical of the profile of what seems to make an Anchorman, as is fellow musician Robin Barraclough, who admits to 34 years in banding, with no loss of appetite for a sound that will go down a storm in Marsden this weekend.
I wasn't a great fan of Anchorman and the same is true of Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby, which at times resembles a multi-vehicle pile-up of misfiring gags and gratuitous product placement.
Former CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite, in an October 19, 1999 speech at the United Nations headquarters