news bulletin

  1. a short news announcement concerning some on-going news story
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  • Wasting a precious 10 minutes of airtime on a puny regional news bulletin was not going to happen.
  • The subject of no fewer than three slots on television news bulletins on Thursday night, it was an unprecedented achievement for an editor demanding his paper gets talked about.
  • The amateur video has been widely screened on television news bulletins around the world.
  • The hosts of the BBC's main TV and radio news bulletins typically earn at least £150,000 a year.
  • Viewers being 'misled' is in their brief where it relates to advertising or news bulletins, but In matters of science it is invariably the case that there are a range of views on any number of issues ... OK to promote vegetables via nonsense?
  • I said I didn't know but could he please check the slugs for Tanzania radio, Swahili news bulletin, Saturday morning about nine. WHITE LIES
  • Quit interrupting the news bulletin in that infuriating manner when you don't actually have any results at all to hand, sillies.
  • But the likelier cause of an upset is a gaffe that gets replayed in news bulletins and mocked by the press. Times, Sunday Times
  • Local radio news bulletins are jammed with reports of muggings and vicious petty criminals.
  • It was the dominating feature of the news bulletins.
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