cohost

(redirected from cohosts)

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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Our second 'nega' note is also related to this: Some shows have added cohosts who are comedians, probably to make their features more 'fun' to listen to and watch.
Alas, some of the new cohosts are 'B' comics who are notorious for their sour and scathing way of making people 'laugh,' and thus end up as liabilities, instead of plus viewing factors.
As for other cohosts, a number of the 'oldies but goodies' are no longer around-and they've been replaced by much lesser talents who don't have the 'K' to cohost a morning show.
GMTV star Michael Underwood has quit after bosses ditched Entertainment Today, the slot he cohosts with Ben Shephard.
Epatha Merkerson (Lackawanna Blues, Law & Order) were cohosts for a gala event to present the 2005 Hurston/Wright Legacy Awards at the Hudson Theater of the Millennium Broadway Hotel in Manhattan, New York, New York, on November 1.
(See YOUNG ADULT REVIEWS, BIBR, July-August 2005.) In the televised presentation October 22 on NBC affiliates, Al Roker of the NBC Today Show was cohost of the program produced by M Poker Productions.
Belgium coach Robert Waseige opted for a cautious approach against the cohosts, hoping to keep the game tight in the early stages and dampen the fervour of the crowd, who held aloft thousands of Japanese flags before the match and greeted every foul, shot or refereeing decision with either shrieks of excitement or howls of derision.
The draw for the 48-game event in Australia will also be revealed as the International Rugby Board looks to shake off the embarrassment caused by the bitter wrangle which saw New Zealand dumped as cohosts of the tournament.
"I love when we get to be right on top of something," says the dulcet-toned host, who shares the show with a variety of cohosts ranging from bantering lesbian Amy Matheny to celebrity guests like author Rita Mae Brown.
Now the two-hour call-in show is cohosted by a straight woman and takes on all topics.
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.