reset
 n.— «The three anchors will be judged not only on ratings but also on content and their ability to perform on the spot. One particularly tricky moment for rookie anchors to master: bringing the newscast back from a commercial or a local break. Called a “reset” in TV parlance, the anchor must sum up the news so far in a pithy sentence.» —“Midterm Elections Offer Rookie Anchors New Battleground” by Brooks Barnes Wall Street Journal Nov. 1, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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