Hence, it is the longest continuous sports handicapping broadcast in the world, having evolved from audiotext
straight through to live interactive videos.
(2.) See Bernstein's introduction to Close Listening: Poetry and the Performed Word, in which the author argues for the term "audiotext
" as a distinction between a printed text and a speaker's acoustic performance of that text.
and the reinvention of the telephone as a mass medium.
e-mail, voicemail, the World Wide Web, audiotext
But scrolling lousy graphics delivered over very slow connections doomed efforts like Knight Ridder's Viewtron, so the next grand experiment was audiotext
. That also faded away quickly as the really significant threat was just coming up on the horizon.
Understanding time-compressed speech: The effects of age and native language on the perception of audiotext
Internet company America Online has won a civil lawsuit against Netvision Audiotext
, a company it accused of sending unsolicited pornographic e-mail to AOL members.
Morgan recalls an anecdote from the primitive days of audiotext
, when one newspaper went from free service to charging 50 cents a call.
Even though it was produced when audiotext
was the Next Big Thing and newsroom staffers were tethered to mainframes, the "No Train, No Gain" report offers a good starting point.
, content via fixed line or mobile telephones, also grew strongly, up 37 per cent on the previous quarter.'
Phone Secrets is run by Interactive Audiotext
Services, located in a shabby alleyway in London's trendy Clerkenwell.