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( see also infotainer )
realm: broadcast news
An actor playing the part of a credible journalist or legitimate newsperson on television programming styled as a newscast.
A person possessed of a neat appearance and teleprompter reading capabilities.
Someone who is made to appear to preside over the dissemination of news.
esp. cable and local tv: Sometimes two newsreaders ( Ken and Barbie style ) who mouth teleprompter materials written by persons of unknown journalistic skill or credibility.
A qualified and credible journalist who serves as managing editor for a responsible and legitimate news broadcast.
A managing editor who presides over collection, editing and presentation of news content in which he or she was directly involved in collecting, skeptically editing, and presentation under his or her own imprimatur.
Someone absent legitimate reportorial or journalistic skills or credible experience in news gathering and/or editing.
A person uneducated beyond holding a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Mass Media, or Mass communications.
A person who neither reports on or writes what is presented as news.
Someone who may once have been a journalist but who fronts a broadcast in the role of presenter, principal newsreader, or anchor absent critical editing of content, and/or beyond the checks, balances and editorial controls defined by published and enforced journalistic standards.
Anyone who cannot speak absent a teleprompter, or without dramatic phrasing and/or demonstrative gesticulation.
Someone possessed of journalistic credibility and reputation in their own right.
A person trusted separately and apart from their on-air activities.
A responsible adult able to separate what is important, probative, credible and relevant from all other program content.
Peter Jennings, Managing Editor, ABC World News Tonight
Walter Cronkite, Managing Editor, CBS Evening News
David Brinkely, co-anchor, NBC Nightly News
Dan Rather, Managing Editor, CBS Evening News
Howard K. Smith, CBS, ABC News
Chet Huntley, co-anchor, NBC Nightly News
John Chancellor, NBC Nightly News
Roger Mudd, CBS Evening News
Ted Koppel, ABC News Nightline
John Siegenthaler, NBC News
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