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.
Instead of getting good spiel-readers, the show should have trained its young cohosts to come up with spontaneous patter and comments.
While we're at it, adult cohosts should also be dissuaded from their prevalent practice of 'talking down' to viewers.
The way some cohosts of morning TV shows speak, they sound like they're always talking to children, or to adults who aren't very bright and need to be 'talked down to' in order for them to be understood!
Thus, the erring cohosts sound artificially chirpy or sing-songy, speak in loud, 'pushy' voices, and thus don't come off as naturally as early-morning TV hosts should.