coanchor

co-an·chor

or co·an·chor (kō-ăng′kər)
n.
Either of two news commentators jointly narrating or coordinating a newscast.
v. co-an·chored, co-an·chor·ing, co-an·chors or co·an·chored or co·an·chor·ing or co·an·chors
v.intr.
To narrate or coordinate a newscast with another person.
v.tr.
To narrate or coordinate (a newscast) with another person.

coanchor

(ˈkəˌæŋkə)
vb
to be one of the copresenters of (a television news programme)

co•an•chor

(koʊˈæŋ kər)

v. -chored, -chor•ing,
n. v.t., v.i.
1. (of a broadcast) to anchor jointly with another.
n.
2. a person who coanchors.
[1965–70]
co•an′chor•ship`, n.
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