anchorperson


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Synonyms for anchorperson

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

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The court also appointed Advocate Faisal Siddiqui as amicus in the case and decided to proceed further against the senior anchorperson.
In his programme 'Live with Dr Shahid Masood', on News One channel, the anchorperson had claimed the prime suspect Imran Ali, arrested by the Punjab police on allegations of raping and then killing eight-year-old Zainab, was an active member of a child pornography ring being run by certain influential people.
At the last hearing on March 7, the Supreme Court had warned the anchorperson to submit his objections to the joint investigation team (JIT) report laying bogus his claims regarding the Zainab murder case convict.
He reminded Masood that the anchorperson had also criticised the CJP in his show.
It is worth mentioning here that SC has taken sue moto notice over the claims made by anchorperson Dr.
Then, the bench summoned anchorperson Dr Shahid Masood on rostrum and sought explanation over failure to appear before the JIT to prove his allegations.
Key Words: Electronic Media, Anchorperson, Change Agent, Public Perception, Code of Conduct
The participants, often encouraged by the anchor, literally shout at the top of their voices and sometimes the anchorperson joins in the chorus.
The Geo News senior anchorperson said in his first statement after regaining consciousness that his programme 'Capital Talk' on Mama Qadeer Baloch's long march to Islamabad had annoyed the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
The third combines video feature detection and news title, but it dependent on silence for story boundary (SB) without anchorperson detection, silence is only potential story change point and there is silence in a sentence, that is to say, independent on silence is not a good method.
Gulizar was also an anchorperson at Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT), an author and instructor.
Your turn on the news and watch some stone-faced anchorperson deliver current events in monotone.
Bob Nicholas, Houston's first African American anchorperson, spent 30 years reporting the news.
The leader of the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) Naoto Kan on Thursday denied having an affair with a former television anchorperson as alleged in a weekly magazine.
In fact, Limbaugh is sparking a huge reaction by mimicking the very liberals who decry him: This is Rush's impersonation of the all-powerful network news anchorperson, saying out loud what is the subtext in any of the auspiciously introduced and expensively produced national news shows.