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white-label

white-label  adj.— «The white labeled service will let vendors provide on-demand access to branded content within the NeoEdge private network.» —“NeoEdge Networks Founded to Radically Evolve Direct-to-Consumer Services for Digital...

3G

3G  n.— «Third generation networks…will enable users to make video calls and receive high-speed downloads of music, news, even short films. Overseas, 3G content has been dubbed as “girls, games and gambling.”» —“3G:...

qualoid

qualoid n. a newspaper format roughly the size of a traditional tabloid, but with content similar to that of a broadsheet. Also adj. Etymological Note: quality + tab(l)oid (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

re-speaker

re-speaker  n.— «A “re-speaker,” listening to the performer’s speech during the program, utters the content of that speech into the speech recognizer, which automatically produces a caption script.» —“First ‘Kohaku...

respeaker

respeaker  n.— «In live closed-captioned broadcasts, staffers called respeakers translate the original audio content into speech-recognition software that creates the closed captions.» —“NHK to add closed captions to...

tent pole

tent pole  n.— «Mr. Mancuso describes “Beverly Hills Cop II” as a “tent pole” movie. Each year Paramount makes several high-budget films “that because of content, star value or storyline have immediate want-to...

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