Thesaurus / newscaster
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This during a year when an explosion of news has bolstered the ratings for many other traditional newscasts.
SHEPARD SMITH WAS A BIG CATCH FOR CNBC. BUT THE VIEWERS HAVEN’T FOLLOWED HIM FROM FOX.PAUL FARHIDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The newscaster was wrought up about the brutal attack on the innocent child, but he was having trouble focusing the blame.
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER
The newscaster's voice changed its tone of pounding urgency.
HUMAN ERRORRAYMOND F. JONES
Instead he crossed to the newscaster in its compact, metal case.
BROOD OF THE DARK MOONCHARLES WILLARD DIFFIN
The newscaster in the Schwartzmann cabin brought the information.
When he was in casual conversation, he talked “normal”—like a Yankee newscaster.
Wherefore, Benjamin Bundy, the newscaster who had covered the starship's maiden flight, went out himself to look the thing over.
THE GALAXY PRIMESEDWARD ELMER SMITH
His voice had a pleasant, youthful, midwestern sound, like a Canadian newscaster: friendly and enthusiastic as a puppy.
The newscaster wore a look of excitement as he spoke without pausing for the usual commercial.
TOM SWIFT AND THE ELECTRONIC HYDROLUNGVICTOR APPLETON
The picture showed a smiling newscaster, pointing to a map which indicated something ominous.
SOMETHING WILL TURN UPDAVID MASON
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