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wirephoto

[′wīr‚fōd·ō]
(communications)
A photograph transmitted over wires to a facsimile receiver.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The photos serve as a lesson to a new generation unfamiliar with the history of civil rights in Alabama, while to others they are a reminder of the chilling images a nation witnessed via television broadcasts and AP wire photos during the 1960s.
Obviously, being an IT business, w e have all the facilities to wire photos ourselves, but would appreciate some advice on what they are looking for.
IN THE WIRE PHOTOS, BILL Clinton and Ehud Barak looked more like golfing buddies and less like the President of the united sates of America and the Prime Minister of Israel engaged in high-stakes negotiations designed to bring peace to the Middle East.
Now it means shooting, scanning, and calibrating local photos, editing and calibrating wire photos, as well as manually transferring each image into our main computer system.
At this point, interest was still concentrated on telephotography, or wire photos.
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Its 60-seat system includes the basic SaxoPress system with Articles Module, SaxoText text editor, Wire Articles and Wire Photos modules, Local Photos Module, Layout Module, and QuarkXPress Xtensions; Automatic Image Processor software to automate image preparation for print and Web output; SaxoBRS for archiving of all of published text, images, and pages in a central, indexed repository.
And, as he printed, Glacken witnessed the transition from the time when even wire photos had to be developed in wet chemicals to today's increasing reliance on digital cameras for spot-news photography.
A photo album, with wire photos of the shooting scene and of grieving residents, got 952,000 page views.
For members to receive and process wire photos, the news service began rolling out the AP Server in earnest this year.