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newsticker (plural newstickers)
- Alternative form of
1941 August 18, LIFE, volume 11, page 77:
- Dietrich obediently had it sent out over the D. N. B. newsticker. Midway in the announcement, the ticker was stopped.
2005, Janne Skaffari, Opening Windows on Texts and Discourses of the Past, page 8:
- And the following quotation is an extract from a newsticker that appeared on the web page of the Online Sun on June 21, 2002, during the quarter final of the Football World Cup between England and Brazil.
2007, Mark Schindler, Rumors in Financial Markets: Insights Into Behavioral Finance, page 129:
- After the first trading phase is over and the first message has been communicated via newsticker, the first communication phase follows.