cohost

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co·host

or co-host (kō′hōst′)
n.
A joint host, as of a social event.
tr.v. co·host·ed, co·host·ing, co·hosts or co-host·ed or co-host·ing or co-hosts
To serve as a joint host of: cohosted an awards ceremony.

cohost

(ˌkəʊˈhəʊst; ˈkəʊˌhəʊst)
vb (tr)
to host (an event) jointly
n
a person who hosts an event jointly with another person
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The child-oriented portions have juvenile segment cohosts, and their performance to date exemplifies some cohosting stumbling blocks that should be recognized and minimized, if not completely eliminated.
"Katie Couric was really, really good at the job of cohosting the 'Today' show, which was that she had this huge range of job skills that went from putting on an apron when an author comes on that's written a cookbook to going to serious journalistic mode if breaking news is going on," Thompson said, reported the Daily News.
Binay's spokesman, Joey Salgado, said Tuesday Binay would be cohosting "Karambola" on dwIZ every Wednesday.