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noun as in broadcast

noun as in telecast


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Alexander later said on a newscast that he also received a call from Guilfoyle that same evening.

By mid-November, that number had grown steadily to 13% while driving economic issues to absorb almost a quarter of newscasts.

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What we have to do is build a great newscast… and then eventually people will come to that or they won’t.

The most dramatic and violent events were described in newspapers and on newscasts in sentences ending with the words according to police.

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While at Ohio State University, he scored a job as a writer and producer at one of the three networks that had a 15-minute newscast.

World News is the only evening newscast to improve on its news demo performance from the previous season compared to NBC and CBS.

Winstead insisted that the show would be a newscast written by comedians.

On it, a newscast showed images from ongoing clashes in Alexandria, in which the Muslim Brotherhood offices had been torched.

“I mean, we started doing puppet news,” the staffer said, recalling a video feature in which puppets anchored a fake newscast.

A member of Friends of Forrest, Todd Kiscaden, told a local TV newscast that he thinks Forrest was a hero.

The newscast stopped and a commercial called the attention of listeners to the virtues of an anti-allergy pill.

So it was that I caught an item in a newscast, probably unheard by most, or smiled aside, if heard.

Well, this was brought out in the newscast at the time of his arrest.

"We interrupt the program for an important newscast of a sensational development in the Salgath affair," he said.

But there isn't a word of truth in that statement you just heard on the Herald-Guardian newscast.

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to newscast, such as: advertisement, announcement, performance, program, publication, and show.

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