newsperson

noun
news·​per·​son | \ ˈnüz-ˌpər-sᵊn How to pronounce newsperson (audio) , ˈnyüz-- \

Definition of newsperson

Examples of newsperson in a Sentence

the host of that morning show prefers to think of himself as a newsperson and not as an entertainer
Recent Examples on the Web And then, art imitated life when Apple TV+ released The Morning Show, which followed the story of disgraced newsperson Mitch Kessler (Steve Carell), who was ousted by his network for inappropriate relationships with women. Tanya Edwards, refinery29.com, 8 Jan. 2020 Many of the people on our trip sat quietly while the Dutch newsperson translated Walter Cronkite's reporting of the landing. Laura Demarco, cleveland.com, 14 July 2019 And Trump’s election was the kind of Earth-shattering event that only comes around once or twice in a newsperson’s career. James Hohmann, Washington Post, 4 Apr. 2018 Rhodes would appear, on some level, a perfect choice—a pedigreed newsperson with a history at Fox as well as deep connections in liberal political circles. vanityfair.com, 6 June 2017 Rhodes would appear, on some level, a perfect choice—a pedigreed newsperson with a history at Fox as well as deep connections in liberal political circles. Sarah Ellison, The Hive, 6 June 2017 Rhodes would appear, on some level, a perfect choice—a pedigreed newsperson with a history at Fox as well as deep connections in liberal political circles. vanityfair.com, 6 June 2017 Rhodes would appear, on some level, a perfect choice—a pedigreed newsperson with a history at Fox as well as deep connections in liberal political circles. Sarah Ellison, The Hive, 6 June 2017 Rhodes would appear, on some level, a perfect choice—a pedigreed newsperson with a history at Fox as well as deep connections in liberal political circles. vanityfair.com, 6 June 2017 See More

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First Known Use of newsperson

1973, in the meaning defined above

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“Newsperson.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/newsperson. Accessed 19 May. 2022.

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