Examples of newsman in a Sentence
any newsman will tell you that if you talk to enough people, you'll eventually get a money quote
Recent Examples of newsman from the Web
San Diego’s finest newsman traveled across the Pacific to cover the Australian Open and get to the bottom of how Roger Federer continues to dominate at age 36.
Kasky nearly stumped veteran newsman Wolf Blitzer on Feb. 21, during an on-air interview for CNN.
The appointment of Kirk, a veteran newsman, relieved some of the tension stirred up his predecessor, Lewis D'Vorkin, a former Forbes editor who did little to foster a close working relationship with his journalists.
Ward, a veteran newsman at KTRK-TV, is a lifetime member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Longtime Birmingham TV newsman Bill Bolen, whose broadcasting career spanned more than six decades, has died.
Jimmy Breslin, 88, the cigar-chomping, Pulitzer Prize-winning tabloid newsman who became the gruff voice of ordinary New Yorkers, died on March 19.
Family members said Alexis’ grandfather was Rev. Thurman Mitchell, who left a career as a television newsman to become a minister in 1998.
The Survivor Andy Lack, the chairman of NBC News, is seen by many of his peers as an old-school newsman in the mold of the late Roone Arledge, the famed ABC News president.
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First Known Use of newsman
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Definition of newsman for English Language Learners
: a person (usually a man) who gathers, reports, or comments on the news
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