[ UK /njˈuːzɹiːdɐ/ ]
  1. someone who reads out broadcast news bulletin
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How To Use newsreader In A Sentence

  • To get RSS feeds from web sites or blogs, first you need to equip your computer or handheld device with what's called a newsreader or aggregator. Undefined
  • Beneath that formal newsreader exterior, who could have guessed that there lurked the spirit of a dance music diva?
  • If you think that's an exaggeration, something very similar happened to former ITN newsreader Julia Sommerville a few years back.
  • Rousseau had been on the lam throughout the States since 1981, using the stolen identity of a Dallas radio newsreader.
  • This seems to fly in the face of common sense, as Channel 4 newsreader Jon Snow observed in his interview with us.
  • ITV is likely to call the ITN newsreader Alastair Stewart to quiz Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg. New Statesman
  • Built on Netvibes, an RSS aggregator (aka newsreader), the site comes standards with pre-selected feeds from popular social media and technology sites. Search Engine Watch Blog
  • I ask because all of a sudden (one or two days), deletions and inserts are visible in my newsreader, which is NetNewsWire. Scripting News for 9/23/2006 « Scripting News Annex
  • For other newsreaders, it's best to read your Help file to get it straight.
  • As a newsreader, Sir Trevor has to remain unbiased and fair, and he is a master at this.
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