• WordNet 3.6
    • n newsreader someone who reads out broadcast news bulletin
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In literature:

Newsreaders, 35, 76, 195, 389, 391.
"Norfolk Annals A Chronological Record of Remarkable Events in the Nineteeth Century, Vol. 1" by Charles Mackie

In news:

Marketing Newsreader voted best iPad app of 2010 pitches slick, magazine-style advertisements.
Egypt Abuzz as Newsreader on State TV Wears Hijab .
Four amazing next-generation newsreaders make it easier than ever to cope with information overload.
Cream newsreader for Mac learns what you like.
DARPA spinoff Trapit on Tuesday released its next-gen newsreader , which, combining artificial intelligence and personalization, aims to do for news what Pandora has done for Internet radio, Mashable reports.
Popular Web site has hired its first male newsreader , according to The Hollywood Reporter.
RSS feeds from are provided solely for the purpose of allowing individuals to view news headlines within desktop RSS newsreaders or browsers for their personal, noncommercial use.
Hence newsreaders resorted to euphemisms such as "in the family way.".
Egypt Abuzz as Newsreader on State TV Wears Hijab.
They are working with dozens of Twitter clients and newsreading apps to make " Buffering " the most widespread way of sharing anything you read, watch or consume online.

In science:

The pro ject at present studies texts which appear on several different types of USENET News conferences, and investigates how well the classiļ¬cation criteria and categories that experienced USENET News users report using (IntFilter, 1993) can be used by a newsreader system.
Recognizing Text Genres with Simple Metrics Using Discriminant Analysis