news program

  1. a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentary
    we watch the 7 o'clock news every night
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  • More TV news programs have been co-anchored by male and female figures.
  • Weekly Standard editor Fred Barnes a frequent guest on VOA's Issues in the News program.
  • The stunt made headlines on the main TV news programmes. Times, Sunday Times
  • A rich media company buying up small stations in the boondocks might easily invest a lot of money in those stations to improve their news programs.
  • Hold on, purists will say, sponsoring news programmes fatally undermines their editorial integrity. Times, Sunday Times
  • The news programme came to us via satellite.
  • She turned the television on and flicked around between news programmes.
  • After spending five months commuting weekly to London, she accepted a temporary post at in Birmingham and there covered regional news programmes and documentaries.
  • Television news programs have similarly continued to misgender her.
  • Conveniently this "mushroom" is ready to "burst" right when unemployment is about to hit 10% and the President is about to ask for another stimulus, because (A) this previous one wasn't enough, or (B) we can't tell if the previous one really failed or not .... depending on what day it is or which news program he is trying to sidestep. Bush-era distractions may weigh down Obama's agenda
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