noun, plural news·men [nooz-men, -muh n] /ˈnuzˌmɛn, -mən/.
Origin of newsman
Examples from the Web for newsman
“He was somewhat known to many millions of Americans, and he had some serious chops as a newsman,” Klein said.After CNN Cancels Morgan, Larry King Says: I Could Come Back|Lloyd Grove|February 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But one newsman told me the other day that he always sells out of Alarma!
In April 1975, the newsman on top of the world, Walter Cronkite, generously gave me an hour-long interview.
Do you think as a newsman you should earn as much money as you do?
I think it is perfectly possible for one newsman to really have a story unto himself.
The newsman huddled with his technicians for a few minutes, then stepped before the transmitter.The Dueling Machine|Benjamin William Bova
Newsman's bread, botenbrt, was the term for the present given to a messenger.The Nibelungenlied|Unknown
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A lampoon in such an edition and given away by a newsman who knew him!The Hero of the People|Alexandre Dumas
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