anchorman


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  • noun

Synonyms for anchorman

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

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The ABC anchorman says he came to Los Angeles last week because many of the major issues that seem to originate here - such as the growing Latino population, urban sprawl and the power crisis - also confront the rest of the country.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Bob Wilson - Anchorman (of late-night Champions League highlights) and musical legend.
Retired Los Angeles anchorman Jess Marlow told KNX-AM (1070) that Schubeck had battled alcoholism for years.
After graduating from Syracuse University, he became a news anchorman at television station WKTV, then moved to Philadelphia to work for WFIL radio and television, where he became the host of the local television show ``Bandstand.
Summary: A news anchorman remained unflappable when a giant seagull decided to walk behind him during a bulletin in Australia.
Rather nice: CBS anchorman Dan Rather has been chosen to receive the 1996 Lowell Thomas Award from Marist College.
This weekend, news anchorman Dan Rather will host the inaugural Tex eComm Ten Awards, an annual event highlighting the achievements of the electronic commerce industry in Texas.
Sancho, 29, who plays for Gillingham, asked BBC anchorman Geoff Clark to propose to Jana Herbert-Fiu on his behalf.
Starting in the late seventies as a TV news reporter, producer, and anchorman, he then entered the world of PR and later moved to IR.
Summary: Will Ferrell has said plans for a sequel to his hit movie Anchorman have been put on hold.
He'll start as the sole ``Moneyline'' anchorman May 14.
ITV are to bring back News At Ten with veteran anchorman Sir Trevor McDonald.
Summary: Richard Keys has quit as Sky's football anchorman after claiming that "dark forces" were at work in the sexism scandal.
Summary: Sky Sports anchorman Richard Keys has apologised for his part in the sexism furore that has cost fellow presenter Andy Gray his job.
A FEW MINUTES WITH ED GORDON: Former BET anchorman Ed Gordon has joined CBS' ``60 Minutes Wednesday'' as a contributor.