advice columnist

advice columnist

/ɐdvˈaɪs kˈɑːləmnˌɪst/
noun
a newspaper, website, or magazine columnist that replies to e-mails and letters sent by readers and gives them advice

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anchor

anchor

/ˈæŋkɝ/
noun
someone who introduces news on a live TV or radio program by other broadcasters

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announcer

announcer

/əˈnaʊnsɝ/
noun
a radio or TV presenter who is in charge of giving information about different programs

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broadcaster

broadcaster

/ˈbɹɔdˌkæstɝ/
noun
a person whose job is to talk on radio or TV programs or to present them

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camera operator

camera operator

/kˈæmɹə ˈɑːpɚɹˌeɪɾɚ/
noun
someone who is in charge of operating the camera in producing a TV program or a motion picture

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censor

censor

/ˈsɛnsɝ/
noun
someone whose job involves reviewing and suppressing obscene or politically unwanted material from a book, movie, etc.

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city editor

city editor

/sˈɪɾi ˈɛdɪɾɚ/
noun
an editor in a newspaper whose job includes dealing with the local news and assigning tasks to the staff

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columnist

columnist

/ˈkɑɫəmnəst/
noun
a journalist who regularly writes articles on a particular subject for a newspaper or magazine

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commentator

commentator

/ˈkɑmənˌteɪtɝ/
noun
someone who writes or talks about the events of the day or a particular subject in a newspaper or on a social platform or TV

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compere

compere

/kˈɑːmpɛɹ/
noun
an individual who is in charge of introducing the performers in a TV show, play, etc.

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contributor

contributor

/kənˈtɹɪbjətɝ/
noun
someone who writes a piece to be published in a newspaper or magazine

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correspondent

correspondent

/ˌkɔɹəˈspɑndənt/
noun
someone employed by a TV or radio station or a newspaper to report news from a particular country or on a particular matter

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cub reporter

cub reporter

/kˈʌb ɹɪpˈoːɹɾɚ/
noun
a young and inexperienced newspaper journalist

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disk jockey

disk jockey

/dˈɪsk dʒˈɑːki/
noun
a radio presenter that announces and plays recorded music

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editor

editor

/ˈɛdətɝ/, /ˈɛdɪtɝ/
noun
someone who is in charge of a newspaper agency, magazine, etc. and decides what should be published

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editorialist

editorialist

/ˌɛdəˈtɔɹiəɫɪst/
noun
a journalist who writes editorial pieces in the press

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floor manager

floor manager

/flˈoːɹ mˈænɪdʒɚ/
noun
a person who is in charge of managing the stage in a TV production

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frontman

frontman

/fɹˈʌntmən/
noun
a male TV presenter whose job involves telling the audience what is happening in different sections of a TV program

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guest

guest

/ˈɡɛst/
noun
a well-known figure or celebrity who is asked to take part in a TV show, concert, etc.

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has-been

has-been

/ˈhæzˌbɪn/
noun
a person who was once considered famous or successful, but is no longer popular

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host

host

/ˈhoʊst/
noun
the person in front of a camera who talks about different topics or invites guests to a TV or radio show

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journalist

journalist

/ˈdʒɝnəɫəst/, /ˈdʒɝnəɫɪst/
noun
someone who prepares news to be broadcast or writes for newspapers, magazines, or news websites

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lighting engineer

lighting engineer

/lˈaɪɾɪŋ ˌɛndʒɪnˈɪɹ/
noun
a technician who is in charge of the lights in a TV or motion picture set or theater stage

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listener

listener

/ˈɫɪsənɝ/, /ˈɫɪsnɝ/
noun
someone who listens to a radio program

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narrator

narrator

/ˈnɛɹeɪtɝ/
noun
a person who provides a spoken commentary for a TV show, movie, etc. whom the audience cannot see

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newscaster

newscaster

/ˈnuzˌkæstɝ/
noun
a presenter who reads the news during a TV or radio program

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newsreader

newsreader

/nˈuːzɹiːdɚ/
noun
a presenter who reads the news during a TV or radio program

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panel

panel

/ˈpænəɫ/
noun
a group of people with special skills or knowledge who have been brought together to discuss, give advice, or make a decision about an issue

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panelist

panelist

/ˈpænəɫəst/
noun
someone who takes part in a TV or radio news bulletin in an advisory capacity

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paparazzo

paparazzo

/pˌɑːpɚɹˈɑːtsoʊ/
noun
a photographer who follows celebrities for the purpose of taking interesting or controversial photographs and selling them to newspapers or magazines

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photographer

photographer

/fəˈtɑɡɹəfɝ/
noun
someone whose hobby or job is taking photographs

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presenter

presenter

/ˈpɹɛzəntɝ/, /pɹiˈzɛntɝ/
noun
someone who appears in a TV or radio show, introducing different sections

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producer

producer

/pɹəˈdusɝ/
noun
a person who deals with supervisory tasks or financial affairs in making a motion picture, play, etc.

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publicist

publicist

/ˈpəbɫɪsɪst/
noun
a person whose job is to make a new actor, product, etc. known to the public

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question master

question master

/kwˈɛstʃən mˈæstɚ/
noun
a TV or radio host who is in charge of asking the questions in a quiz show

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rat pack

rat pack

/ɹˈæt pˈæk/
noun
photographers and reporters who pursue celebrities in a way that is considered annoying

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reader

reader

/ˈɹidɝ/
noun
someone who reads a certain magazine or newspaper

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readership

readership

/ˈɹidɝˌʃɪp/
noun
the number of people who read a particular magazine, newspaper, or book on a regular basis

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reporter

reporter

/ɹɪˈpɔɹtɝ/
noun
a person who gathers and reports news or does interviews for a newspaper, TV or radio station, etc.

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scriptwriter

scriptwriter

/ˈskɹɪpˌtɹaɪtɝ/
noun
someone whose job is to write the story of a movie, play, TV show, etc.

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shock jock

shock jock

/ʃˈɑːk dʒˈɑːk/
noun
a radio presenter who is known for expressing provocative or offensive opinions

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snapper

snapper

/ˈsnæpɝ/
noun
a photographer, especially one who takes photographs of the celebrities and sells them to a newspaper

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sponsor

sponsor

/ˈspɑnsɝ/
noun
a person or an organization that pays the expenses of a TV, radio or online program as a means of advertisement

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stringer

stringer

/ˈstɹɪŋɝ/
noun
a journalist who is not an employee of a newspaper, but who supplies stories for that newspaper from time to time

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subeditor

subeditor

/sˈʌbɪdˌɪɾɚ/
noun
a person who is in charge of revising the content of a newspaper or magazine before it is published

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subscriber

subscriber

/səbsˈkɹaɪbɝ/
noun
someone who pays, at given intervals, to receive a publication or service

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televangelist

televangelist

/ˌtɛɫəˈvændʒəɫəst/
noun
an evangelical preacher who appears on TV regularly, asking for charity or trying to convert people

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video jockey

video jockey

/vˈɪdɪoʊ dʒˈɑːki/
noun
someone whose job is to introduce and play music videos on TV, or at a party or other entertainment

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