None of the other speakers, however, demonstrated the sheer rage of conspiracy theorist and syndicated radio host Alex Jones.
In addition to the 12:30 Late Late Show spot, execs also offered Oliver the option of some sort of different, syndicated show.
syndicated columnist Dan Savage even campaigned to turn “santorum” into a byword for sexual waste as revenge.
Among the issues fought for by striking writers: Residuals for syndicated rebroadcasts of television shows.
Investigative journalist and syndicated columnist Diane Dimond has covered all manner of celebrity and pop-culture stories.
This he syndicated in conjunction with the other letter, and the editors invariably grouped the two letters.
In this capacity I write a syndicated column on higher education which Tulane distributes to 85 newspapers throughout the country.
These editorials are syndicated in a chain of thirty-eight newspapers, which reach many millions of readers.
My outing had cost me twice what I had calculated upon, and, thus far, I had only syndicated a few letters and a handful of poems.
Every newspaper in every remotest country-town in England will be deluged with syndicated venom.
1620s, "council or body of representatives," from French syndicat, from syndic "representative of a corporation" (see syndic). Meaning "combination of persons or companies to carry out some commercial undertaking" first occurs 1865. Publishing sense of "association of publishers for purchasing articles, etc., for simultaneous publication in a number of newspapers" is from 1889. (Syndication "publication, broadcast, or ownership by a syndicate" is attested from 1925.) As a synonym for "organized crime, the Mob" it is recorded from 1929.