news show

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: show - a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentarynews show - a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentary; "we watch the 7 o'clock news every night"
broadcast, program, programme - a radio or television show; "did you see his program last night?"
television news - a television broadcast of news
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USA], Sep 21 (ANI): Known for his calm attitude on screen, MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell was recently spotted verbally raging at his staff between breaks while taping his nightly news show.
MRC Culture also searched Nexis for "Planned Parenthood" in ABC, NBC and CBS morning and evening news show transcripts.
Norham News is a news show made by students for Norham students and staff, telling everybody everything there is to know about what is going on around school.
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Black and white photos accompany spotlight biographies on some of the most famous show personalities of the past, from Robin Seymour, host of 'Swingin Time', to news show personalities such as American Black Journal.
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The authentic Cheesesteak auteur who was voted 'Best Of' by New York magazine, the New York Post and has been mentioned in virtually every New York magazine and news show, will occupy 2,800 s/f of space in the building.
Appearing on the TV news show Meet the Press, President Bush said that all the intelligence he had seen before the war indicated that Hussein did have WMD.
Rivas, who escaped a separate shooting outside his home in February, recently criticized a mine for a cyanide spill on his news show.
Consumer Alert Policy Analyst James Plummer appeared on cable/satellite station TechTV's TechLive news show on August 16 to discuss the proposed legality of cell-phone jamming devices.
This is the height of infotainment, which began when NBC and ABC decided to duke it out over who would dominate the prime-time news show market.