Sonntag, 19. April 2009

How the Web Could Save Newspapers, or Kill Them

"U.S. papers search for ways to redesign an industry that helped incite the American Revolution." Free transcript of radio broadcast.
19 April 2009
Diese Radio Broadcasts sind in Special English verfasst: "It has a core vocabulary of 1500 words. Most are simple words that describe objects, actions or emotions. Some words are more difficult. They are used for reporting world events and describing discoveries in medicine and science.
Special English writers use short, simple sentences that contain only one idea. They use active voice. They do not use idioms.
Special English broadcasters read at a slower pace, about two-thirds the speed of standard English. This helps people learning English hear each word clearly. It also helps people who are fluent English speakers understand complex subjects."

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