television announcer


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Noun1.television announcer - an announcer on televisiontelevision announcer - an announcer on television    
announcer - reads news, commercials on radio or television
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The news reader of the North Korean Central Television announcer said North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un ordered the test, hours after Seoul and Tokyo detected unusual seismic activity at North Korea's nuclear test site.
AN Urdd volunteer had a shock when a television announcer burst onto stage at an Eisteddfod and told him he had won a prestigious award.
OCTOBER 1, 2010: The television announcer reads in a sombre tone over a montage of clips from my career: "The news that football star Keith Gillespie had been declared bankrupt came in the High Court today.
The announcement of his death was made by a tearful television announcer dressed in black.
Recently, he began a new phase in his journalistic career, working as a television announcer for one of the Gulf channels, Rotana Khalijiya.
As a result, Josh will not be returning as the Rangers television announcer in 2011.
In the past, Nicole had agreed to be held guest on the show "Limatha" (Why), presented by Lebanese television announcer Tony Khalifa.
Then the television announcer commented that the delegations from the Four Host First Nations hadn't arrived yet, and the Governor General was supposed to be the last to be seated.
A television announcer can expect to pay 18 per cent less than a broadcaster, and a bricklayer will find the same car 17 per cent cheaper to insure than a builder.
I did that for two years in Wales before going back to London, where I come from, to work as a television announcer at the BBC's Lime Grove studios.
Except for the 1964 season, Kell remained the Tigers' television announcer through 1996, a span of 32 years.

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