verb (used with object), date·lined, date·lin·ing.
Examples from the Web for dateline
She was first interviewed for a Dateline special back in 2003 by then–NBC correspondent Katie Couric.
In March, she told Dateline NBC that Burnett told the Survivor jury, “Rich played the game better.”
When asked about Dateline, Sax said, “I am not going to discuss that.”
He has appeared as a guest commentator on Dateline NBC and CBS 48 Hours Mystery.
After being questioned by the Dateline NBC crew and promising them an on-air interview, Tice contacted me by email.
The dateline of each letter, which was right justified in the original, is here presented as a centered subtitle.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2|Elizabeth Bisland
The dateline of each letter, which is right justified in the original, is here presented as a subtitle to each header.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 1|Elizabeth Bisland
Penny paid for the paper and carrying it over to a chair, quickly looked at the dateline.Behind the Green Door|Mildred A. Wirt
The dateline showed it was July 10, just seven months from the beginning of his memory lapse.Pursuit|Lester del Rey
British Dictionary definitions for dateline
Word Origin and History for dateline
1880, imaginary line down the Pacific Ocean on which the calendar day begins and ends, from date (n.1) + line (n.). Meaning "line of text that tells the date and place of origin of a newspaper, article, telegram, etc." is from 1888.