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hyperlink

a word, phrase, picture, icon, etc., in a computer document on which a user may click to move to another part of the document or to another document

hyperlink

[′hī·pər‚liŋk]
(computer science)
A highlighted word, phrase, or image in the display of a computer document which, when chosen, connects the user to another part of the same document or to different document (text, image, audio, video, or animation). In electronic documents, these cross references can be followed by a mouse click, and the target of the hyperlink may be on a physically distant computer connected by a network or the Internet.

hyperlink

hyperlink

A predefined linkage between one object and another. A hyperlink typically refers to an icon or text on a Web page that, when clicked or tapped, transfers the user to another part of the page or to another page on the current website or to a completely different website (see hypertext). See also Hyperloop.
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At a global level, scholars have found that broad hyperlinking patterns reveal common structures across topical domains, such as the existence of highly interconnected clusters of Web pages that provide cores for communities of Web pages (Barabasi, 2002).
In the context of this article specifically, De Maeyer and Le Cam (2015) argue for a deeper examination of journalism's hyperlinking history as a key to interpreting the present role of hyperlinks in the news industry and to understanding ongoing change processes.
In the early days of online news, the use of hyperlinking to drive traffic to other sources was viewed as anathema (Boczkowski, 2004).
WorldGate is a pioneer in the development of interactive advertising and programming, having established the first industry-wide data management and distribution system, North American Channel HyperLinking Operations Center (NACHO Center).
To utilize the Channel HyperLinking features, WorldGate subscribers push a single button on their cable remote or a wireless keyboard to interact with Bluetorch TV programming.
WorldGate, Channel HyperLinking, Ultra-Thin Client and Internet on EVERY TV are service marks of WorldGate Service, Inc.
WorldGate's Channel HyperLinking with the new ATVEF extensions will be offered on the Motorola's DCT series of digital cable set-top boxes, the Scientific Atlanta's Explorer series of digital cable set-top boxes, Motorola CFT-2200, SURFview, and Scientific Atlanta's 8600x, and 8610 set-top boxes.
By combining the simplicity and power of Channel HyperLinking with support for the ATVEF specification, cable television operators can bring a rich interactive television advertising and programming solution to their customers and content developers targeting ATVEF compliant set-top boxes can now address interactive content to a whole new set of interactive cable TV set-top boxes.
Steve Nussrallah, President and CEO of Concurrent Computer Corporation, said "We are excited to join forces with WorldGate to bring its emerging enhanced TV standard Channel HyperLinking, powered by our MediaHawk video server, to cable subscribers.
In addition, the Company's patented Channel HyperLinking technology allows viewers instant access from the program or advertisement they are watching to a related Website or locally available information sources.
As vice president of advertising, Breheney will work closely with advertisers and their interactive programming for WorldGate's Channel HyperLinking(SM) technology and its North American Channel HyperLinking Operations Center.
Bud's extensive experience in advertising from both the programmer and operator sides brings a wealth of knowledge to help advance our Channel HyperLinking initiatives," said Gerard Kunkel, senior vice president for WorldGate.