Is this sentence correct?
A good news reader (or news-reader?) can become a good newsreader
To get my point, look at these sentences -
If you are a good cricketer, the upcoming season is really good for you.
Here, I'm talking to a person who plays cricket well. The upcoming season is good for him in some ways.
If you are a keen learner, this tutorial is really good for you.
Here, I'm talking to a person who is quite good at learning things and thus, the tutorial is helpful to him.
If you are a good news reader, you can become a good newsreader.
Here, I'm talking to a person who reads news quite interestingly with perfect intonation and pronunciation. In other words, he's good at reading news.
Note: I'm not looking for an alternative sentence. Just want to discuss whether or not the sentence in concern is correct with some clarification of using two same words that make a noun (newsreader) as well as an (?)adjective (news-reader).
mainly British. I don't recall hearing the term before. In the U.S., we'd probably use the term news anchor to convey the same thing.