Definition of coanchor
- The scene segues to a discussion between the program's coanchors and a bioethicist.
- —Michael Wolfert
- She had been with the show since 1984 and was rumored as a candidate to succeed Dan Rather, the anchorman of the CBS Evening News, or to join him as a co-anchor of the nightly newscast.
- —The Wall Street Journal
coanchoror co-anchor transitive verb, coanchored or co-anchored; coanchoring or co-anchoring
- … I was called to New York on a few hours' notice to co-anchor the show with Bob Schieffer.
- —Terence Smith