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newsgroup

Informatics A USENET discussion group. See USENET. Cf Listserve.

newsgroup

(nooz′groop″, nūz′)
An Internet-based support group that shares information about a particular topic, e.g., advances in the management of a disease (including diagnosis, treatment, or prognosis) or developments in prosthesis.
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Since then newsreaders have become celebrities who go to premieres in revealing dresses and appear on panel shows.
REMEMBER when, in the 1970s, the appointments of Angela Rippon and Anna Ford as the first regular female television newsreaders made the headlines?
bar] Newsreader Jayne James, left, and model Krystal Hancock at the launch of the Ffashion event
In 2007 the corporation came under fire for dropping Moira Stuart, then aged 58, from her Sunday AM slot after more than 30 years as a BBC newsreader.
Her dad is a movie director and her mother is a TV newsreader from Jamaica.
Readers then have the option to visit your blog to read the new input or to use an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) newsreader to automatically receive the information.
In simplest terms, it's a way to syndicate content from a Web site to a newsreader (or aggregator) or another Web site.
Then, every day when you fire up your RSS newsreader, you have only the news you want.
Newsreader Andrea Catherwood has given birth to her first child - a 6lb 11oz boy.
For many years, CBS has been stalled in third place in the ratings race behind ``Today'' and ``Good Morning America,'' in large part because of its adherence to the format ``Today'' established: male and female anchors plus a newsreader and a weather guy.
For less than the cost of a daily newspaper, you can now have an absolutely gorgeous newsreader deliver a stock market wrap and get naked at the same time," said Mr.
My sexuality has never entered," says Price, who got his break as a newsreader.