- to anchor (a news broadcast or other program) jointly with another.
- to anchor a news broadcast or other program jointly with another.
- a person who coanchors.
Origin of coanchor
Examples from the Web for co-anchor
Contemporary Examples of co-anchor
Co-anchor Sarah Pisciuneri does not seem to be enjoying it, which of course makes the whole thing even better.Local News Anchor Dances At His Desk
Jack Holmes, The Daily Beast Video
November 6, 2014
He will continue to co-anchor the program with Elizabeth Vargas.George Stephanopoulos Wins ABC’s Chief Anchor Crown—Where Does His Promotion Leave David Muir?
June 25, 2014
The best thing about this video is the facial expression made by the man's co-anchor.11 News Anchor Flubs: Tom Brokaw on Ambien, Weather Penis, and More
December 18, 2013
But Tina Labrie told a somewhat different story when [ABC News 20/20 co-anchor] Elizabeth Vargas interviewed her in 2004.The Myths of Matthew Shepard’s Infamous Death
September 22, 2013
Even the absence of co-anchor Robin Roberts, currently recuperating from a bone-marrow transplant, hasn't slowed GMA down.‘Good Morning America’ vs. ‘Today’: Why I’ve Switched
October 9, 2012