copresenter

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

co- +‎ presenter or copresent +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

copresenter (plural copresenters)

  1. One who copresents; one who presents something, especially a public event, together with other presenters.
    • 1995 October 13, Bill Wyman, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      It's all handled in sprightly fashion by copresenters Pegasus Players and Buffalo Theatre Ensemble.
    • 2006 January 6, Mike Seely, “Queen of All Media”, Chicago Reader:
      "I think Yeast Radio is a really good example of a content producer who's not for a broad audience," said Mason Dixon, a video production designer and copresenter at the "Meet the Vloggers" symposium.