newscast

[nooz-kast, -kahst, nyooz-]
noun
a broadcast of news on radio or television.

Origin:
1925–30; news + (broad)cast

newscaster, noun
newscasting, noun
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newscast (ˈnjuːzˌkɑːst)
 
n
a radio or television broadcast of the news
 
[C20: from news + (broad)cast]
 
'newscaster
 
n

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newscast
1930, from news + -cast, from broadcast.
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Example sentences
In a newscast, for instance, the background behind the talking head remains virtually unchanged.
Almost every newscast in the bay area contains some reference to this incident.
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