During the Ruby trial in Dallas, Judge Joe B. Brown granted Miss Kilgallen a privilege given no other newsman.
Once we were in Providence to play at the Rhode Island School of Design and they sent a TV newsman to talk to us.
As a television newsman Rather covered the Vietnam War (1966-73 ).
newsman then foreigners, including the 117 newsmen who stayed, have been able to move about freely.
BBC newsman John McIntyre revisits the wreck of the Scylla on the first anniversary of its sinking and finds a wealth of life.
Colbert played an uninformed newsman whom he described as "a fool who has spent a lot of his life playing not the fool."
Her performance has been widely panned, including a diss from CNN newsman Anderson Cooper.
About halfway through that four-year program I started doing some volunteer work as a radio newsman for the campus radio station.
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