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newscaster in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewscasternews‧cast‧er /ˈnjuːzˌkɑːstə $ ˈnuːzˌkæstər/ noun [countable] especially American English  BONEWSsomeone who reads the news on radio or television syn newsreader British English
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newscasterThis woman could be a newscaster.It is commonplace to see middle-aged or elderly men as newscasters, but not yet women.A handsome male newscaster entered the room on the screen, providing sound, stimulating company.He became the most high-profile newscaster in Britain when he made his debut as the programme's anchorman.In the past, with several newscasters, you could spread the blame.To my surprise, the newscaster actually turned away from me and had the camera point at the banner.The newscaster is cuter in person than on the tube.