anchorpeople

an•chor•peo•ple

(ˈæŋ kərˌpi pəl)
n.pl.
broadcasters who work as anchors.
[1970–75]
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The newspaper referred to Ipek Calislar as an author writing the biography of Ataturk's spouse Latife Hanim, whereas defined Burcu Esmersoy as one of the most popular sports anchorpeople in Turkey.
The Lethal Center that dominates Clinton's Washington is dedicated to little more than the manipulation of media images: The nation's capital has become the perfect happy-talk training ground for future anchorpeople.