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  1. a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute
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How To Use anchorperson In A Sentence

  • That's why, dare I say, the anchorperson has always got to stand back, even at the risk of seeming a little cold-blooded at times, so as not to impose our emotions on others.
  • For the majority, listening to the live broadcast of the conversation with Chun Zi and another two anchorpersons, Ye Sha and Yu Chen, eases their stress of insomnia.
  • By giving him Walter Cronkite's desk, CBS turned a dangerous reporter into a usually-safe anchorperson.
  • The pace quickens in a scene featuring press agents (or are they anchorpersons?) who circle the gallery walls with dizzying speed, their interchangeable faces and messages flying from one screen to the next.
  • But I can't sit here and say to you that a person who's a good reader might make it as an anchorperson someplace else.
  • While it may be true that the anchorperson on this side of the millennial divide is interested in helping us stay the course, more often than not, they also feel the need to raise their own profiles. Barry Michael Cooper: Walter Cronkite, Anchorman: When Holdin' It Down Lifted U.S. Up
  • * A party that mocked Obama as just giving good speeches (which he usually writes) then lionized Sarah Palin for performing as an anchorperson reading a speech from a teleprompter written by an ex-Bush aide. Mark Green: 7 Days: Spinning 12 Hypocrisies w/ Huffington, Vanden Heuvel, Bender & Green
  • Although he can seem slightly humorless on TV, as he is fencing with an inquiring anchorperson or debating an opponent, he has a light touch in the office, and he can laugh off adversity. Sit Back, Relax, Get Ready to Rumble
  • A programme's success depends on the anchorperson and often it's the anchor who is remembered by the audience long after the programme is off the air.
  • Al-Arabiya TV and even Al-Jazeera folks have become so chummy this is the second time I use the word chummy in a month--and I never used it before, so please take note with Israeli guests that I expect Al-Arabiya anchorpersons to start asking their Israeli guests to sit on their laps. Monday, June 30, 2008
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