Native English speakers, could yopu please help me with these issues?

Does the verb 'to orient' make sense in these contexts:

a) "Channel 9's Monday night debates are now ORIENTED by a new reporter."

b) "As I started a new job, a colleague gave me some ORIENTATIONS."

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  • 1 month ago
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    a - no

    b - no

    It's just the wrong word for a. Probably "directed" would be better.

    With b it needs to be singular, "orientation".

  • 1 month ago

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