It is the antithesis of Shakespeare" Actor Ralph Fiennes, claiming that the language of the Bard has been lost to the language of soundbites
I WAS disappointed that your columnist Paul Linford chose to compare political soundbites
rather than address why crime levels are higher than ever (The Journal, January 23).
Mr Cameron is also under attack for relying too much on soundbites
Miller and her executive producer, Chris Lavoie, grab the most embarrassing soundbites
from Fox and play them for all to hear.
The series - titled Soundbites
will feature in future weeks electro funk bands as well as classical ensembles.
And in addition to Lavin's ``opportunist'' quote, they had soundbites
to show how Lavin's attitude about the whole story was more tongue-in-cheek than genuinely upset.
A major culprit, she says, is network news, which by its nature removes the complexity from politics, largely through the use of soundbites
DES MOINES, Iowa -- The National Pork Board will make audio and video soundbites
available from an animal health professional to reassure the public about pork safety amid new reports of a widening influenza outbreak that originated in Mexico.
There was the glowing profile on "60 Minutes"; a front and center Washington Post Style section article headlined "Wild Man on the Hill: Ohio's |Teflon Congressman' Making His Presence Felt"; recent appearances on "Crossfire," "MacNeil-Lehrer," and "ABC News with David Brinkley," two entire "Donahue" segments where he was permitted to rant on any topic he wished, and, of course, a regular diet of soundbites
on the networks, especially "Fox Morning News.
The use of soundbites
, polls, and negative advertising, pundits say, have conspired to "trivialize American democracy.
Many of our customers with a global presence have been eager to extend their use of interactive SoundBites
into other countries where they have additional customer relationships," said John McDonough, CEO of SoundBite
Approximate duration: 10 MINUTES with possible foreign language soundbites