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1British A person who reads out broadcast news bulletins.
- ‘For several years, she worked as a producer and newsreader at BBC Radio Lancashire and also on the post-graduate journalist course at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.’
- ‘My resolution never to go into television journalism was formed early, when I went out drinking with a local TV newsreader.’
- ‘If you think that's an exaggeration, something very similar happened to former ITN newsreader Julia Sommerville a few years back.’
- ‘Mr Sherry was a radio reporter and newsreader before television was introduced into New Zealand in the early 1960s.’
- ‘His wife of 16 years is Maria Shriver, NBC newsreader and a niece of former president John F Kennedy, so it is no surprise that Schwarzenegger is into politics as well as being a dedicated do-gooder.’
- ‘I'm sure I heard one newsreader refer to ‘Athens, Europe’ when briefly mentioning the Olympics.’
- ‘Among those working for the station at that time was Phil Hayton who went on to be a BBC TV newsreader.’
- ‘The daughter of TV newsreader Carol Barnes and government minister Denis MacShane has died in a skydiving accident in Australia.’
- ‘Whilst many would later tune into Liquid News specifically to see Chris' style, it came as a complete shock to many to see the ego-centric world of celebrity mocked by a smartly dressed newsreader on an otherwise serious news channel.’
- ‘The region has its very own 6.30 pm news programme, fronted by well-known BBC Look North newsreader, Peter Levy, and Helen Fospero, a former US correspondent with GMTV.’
- ‘This seems to fly in the face of common sense, as Channel 4 newsreader Jon Snow observed in his interview with us.’
- ‘In a distinguished journalism career, Ms Ford made headlines herself when she became ITN's first prime-time female newsreader in 1978.’
- ‘Actor Richard E Grant and newsreader Fiona Bruce are two of the famous names who will try to persuade viewers to vote for their favourite architectural treasure.’
- ‘‘The Bahamas were beautiful,’ said Janine, a radio travel newsreader for Trafficlink.’
- ‘The four local celebrities join actress Kate Winslet, ITN newsreader Katie Derham and marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe, who also make their debuts in Who's Who.’
- ‘At News 24 he was an evening presenter and newsreader, and also presented the nightly entertainment news show Zero 30.’
- ‘He has a local connection too, being a cousin of BBC newsreader Claire Frisby.’
- ‘The museum, which houses over 100 horses, was due to be officially opened at noon by ITN newsreader Nicholas Owen.’
- ‘Profile writers have not always been kind to the country's first woman television newsreader.’
- ‘Top BBC journalist Kate Adie joined newsreader Jan Leeming and Castaway star Ben Fogle, to introduce their new books with individualism and gusto.’
2A computer program for reading messages posted to newsgroups.
- ‘Many email programs, newsreaders, RSS feeds, and web browsers have the ability to ‘disable images’.’
- ‘If anything interesting pops up I'll fire up my newsreader and post a response or make a note for possible inclusion in tomorrow's column.’
- ‘Unfortunately, not all newsreader software (the programs you and I use to access newsgroups) can handle this new method, and that's creating a real bunfight in the binaries newsgroups.’
- ‘In fact, I wouldn't be too surprised if the likes of Microsoft and IBM Lotus are not far away from including RSS newsreaders in their email clients.’
- ‘Email clients, newsreaders, offline browsers and backup managers are among the company's other offerings.’
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