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Comentario: Yo_thumbmiguelmartinez   Madrid, Spain  - 11 Junio 2014

I've worked on tv for several years and I think that any news writer would say to you that they write thinking about the edited images that you're going to watch on a screen. What I am trying to explain is that television and radio uses different languagues. As I see it, because of that maybe this ideas has no much sense.. :)

Comentario: El_equipo_a_thumbSmithdelaBarca   Conil de la Frontera, Spain  - 17 Marzo 2010

Positive vote! I like your idea very much! Happy St. Patrick's Day :-)

Comentario: Dpscamera_0044_thumbjosefo   Motril, Spain  - 12 Marzo 2010

I remember, in 70's I listened TVE programs in a SW radio. I didn´t know if was a parasit frecuency or not, but I listened. Maybe, if you get a SW radio you can receive your TV chanels.

Comentario: Thumbnail_2__thumbbadfaith   Kent, United Kingdom  - 11 Marzo 2010

Although films are frequently adapted from books, the reverse is also true, with descriptive narrative taking the place of visual cues... and audiobooks are simply someone reading the book, with occasional characterisations by actors for different parts. It's not such a stretch to think that this process could be applied for popular TV shows/film, with the dialogue grafted from the original into the narrative. In fact, I'm sure something similar does exist for some tv shows for the benefit of the blind. If you could track those down it might be the answer to your problem.

Comentario: Fw-profile-image_1__thumbana maria llopis   Madrid, Spain  - 12 Agosto 2008

Most TV spots and TV writers think of the off image test to make sure it makes sense when you are listening too, at least it used to be the case hence , I believe it could make sense

Comentario: Img-default-thumb-user2Paddy   Redditch, United Kingdom  - 29 Mayo 2008

I think that this idea is generally quite flawed as the TV is designed more for visual use than audio use,and would this be popular?

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