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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewsreadernews‧read‧er /ˈnjuːzˌriːdə $ ˈnuːzˌriːdər/ noun [countable] British English  AMTBOsomeone who reads the news on television or radio syn newscaster
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newsreaderI've always though you have the right voice to be a newsreader.When you click on the link, Netscape or Internet Explorer will open a newsreader in a separate window.John Humphrys became a top BBC foreign correspondent, newsreader, and co-presenter of Radio 4's Today programme.But by far the most significant change is the elevation of newsreader Trevor McDonald to superstar status.With some newsreaders, you might need to retrieve the message body and decode in two stages.The newsreader would have achieved the same effect if he had suddenly broke into song.There was a woman newsreader, whose name sounded like Magda Tacker, and we soon called her Margaret Thatcher.This is something you needn't think about, as your newsreader will do it automatically.You can configure your newsreader to sort threads together to follow the progress of a discussion.