panelist

[pan-l-ist]
noun
a member of a small group of persons gathered for formal public discussion, judging, playing a radio or television game, etc.

Origin:
1950–55; panel + -ist

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panellist or (US) panelist (ˈpænəlɪst)
 
n
a member of a panel, esp on a radio or television programme
 
panelist or (US) panelist
 
n

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panelist
1952, Amer.Eng., from panel + -ist.
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Example sentences
As a panelist my recommendation is strictly advisory, the program officers make
  the funding decisions.
The authors clearly took the previous mail reviewer and panelist comments to
  heart and made huge improvements.
There are, in other words, many factors beyond the control of the panelist
  hopefuls.
Each panelist had approached the job market in slightly different ways.
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