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broadcaster

noun as in announcer

noun as in radio announcer

Strongest match

Weak matches

noun as in talking head

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Mori’s intention to resign was reported by public broadcaster NHK and the Kyodo news agency, among other outlets, citing unnamed sources.

Atlanta’s selection as the host site was influenced by the fact that TNT, the official television broadcaster of All-Star Weekend, is based there.

Nonetheless, the Doctrine did incentivize broadcasters to be socially responsible and offer the public a range of opinion on important issues.

TNT, one of the NBA’s major media partners and the official television broadcaster of All-Star Weekend, is based in Atlanta.

It is the principal tournament organizer and broadcaster for a number of top competitions, partnering with more than 70% of China’s esports tournaments.

Because when the biggest global demonstration is a broadcaster wearing a flamboyant article of clothing, more must be done.

A person close to the family told the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle that he was initially arrested for heresy.

A spokesperson for British broadcaster ITV said Clooney would appear in a sketch, but would not act in a full Christmas episode.

The broadcaster, Keshet, said it lost $13.1 million in the first two weeks of fighting alone.

Photographer, Baker, Florist, Broadcaster, Counselor, Innkeeper, and Teacher.

The pretext that it was a natural object, said the news broadcaster, resuming, had been abandoned.

Another broadcaster had offered him a large sum, he said, and promised a job if he would steal the script and ruin the program.

The broadcaster only had a very short range, so the source couldn't be too far away.

A brisk, completely deracialized broadcaster appeared on Gus's screen.

The brisk, raceless broadcaster of the earlier broadcast—not the bearded man—came back.

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On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to broadcaster, such as: disc jockey, newscaster, reporter, anchorperson, communicator, and dj.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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