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noun as in media commentator

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Tony Romo and Jim Nantz, the game’s announcers, did not see each other in person this week until they arrived at Raymond James Stadium Sunday afternoon.

He has watched the Chiefs return to the Super Bowl from afar, viewing games with the sound low because he finds the announcers distracting.

Almost out of nowhere, Washington is the league’s best 6-7 team, with announcers gushing over the size and power of its defense.

They rented a high school field for about $450 an hour, hired a public address announcer, brought in a musician to sing the national anthem and packed the stands with hundreds of fans.

Named after Ben Bentley, the team’s first public relations man and public address announcer, Benny has grown into perhaps the most well-known sports mascot of all time — and certainly the most-followed.

“Seth kept the team together, but his constant need to relieve himself kept the team down,” says the announcer.

After the war, he made his mark working as an announcer for comedy and variety TV shows.

Gone are the days when the proper representation of that voice is that of a Disney announcer.

Usher: I guess they couldn't find anyone cooler to play a dancer, DJ, and voice of a daily high school announcer.

The announcer then asked what bills Symms had passed in his eight years of Congress; 15 seconds of silence followed.

Delancy's hand shot out to the radio switch, cutting off the voice of the announcer.

The voice that had been held rigidly to the usual calm clarity of an official announcer became suddenly high-pitched and vibrant.

He was in his hotel room at the Mayfair when the announcer chimed, five hours later.

Its contribution to Progress consists in its value as an "announcer" of a higher ideal, rather than a higher order.

Tom muttered, his shoulders drooping as the announcer signed off.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to announcer, such as: broadcaster, disc jockey, newscaster, reporter, anchorperson, and communicator.

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