Recent Examples of newswoman from the Web
One of those affected by the dismissals was Angie Sandoval, veteran newswoman and correspondent for Noticiero Telemundo.
Emcee duties will be capably handled by newswoman Jenny Anchondo.
Survivors include his wife, a former Associated Press newswoman; four children, Nat Parry of Copenhagen, Elizabeth Parry of Alexandria, Va., and Sam and Jeff Parry of Arlington, Va.; and six grandchildren.
But now, broadcasting the Winter Olympics from Pyeongchang, South Korea, has required the newswomen to flip their schedules.
And that’s when paying attention instead to fictional TV newswoman Mary Jane Paul (Gabrielle Union) of Being Mary Jane, or Liza Miller (Sutton Foster), the fortysomething divorcée masquerading as a millennial in Younger, seemed like a great idea.
Among her admirers was Lockhart, a banker who, though happily married, could still appreciate the charms of an attractive newswoman during evening broadcasts.
And while Reid’s success can be attributed to her in-depth reporting, scathing commentaries and downright willingness to go there on every topic, the newswoman also has had a firm pair of shoulders on which to stand, in the form of Yvette Miley.
The special guest headlining the event was celebrity newswoman Elizabeth Vargas.
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Definition of newswoman for English Language Learners
: a woman who gathers, reports, or comments on the news
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