talkback


talkback
n. discussion forum on the Internet which appears at the bottom of an article or news item or other (wherein readers/surfers may write their response)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Talkback — may refer to: *Talkback, a software crash reporter used by the Mozilla Foundation and Nullsoft * Talkback (Spoons album), by the Canadian band the Spoons *Talkback (recording), audio system used in recording studios for communications between the …   Wikipedia

  • TalkBack! — is a live talk radio show on WBAI hosted by Hugh Hamilton. [http://wbai.org/index.php?option=com content task=view id=344 Itemid=135] …   Wikipedia

  • talkback — UK [ˈtɔːkˌbæk] / US [ˈtɔkˌbæk] noun [uncountable] Word forms talkback : singular talkback plural talkbacks 1) a communication system in a radio or television studio that allows people to speak to each other without the audience hearing what they… …   English dictionary

  • talkback — /ˈtɔkbæk/ (say tawkbak) noun 1. TV, Radio, etc. a communications system enabling spoken directions from the control room to be conveyed to camera operators, directors, comperes, actors, etc., in the studio. 2. → talkback radio. –adjective 3. of… …   Australian English dictionary

  • talkback — talk·back (tôkʹbăk ) n. A system of communications links in a television or radio studio that enables directions to be given while a program is being produced. * * * …   Universalium

  • talkback — noun a) A system in broadcasting and recording studios that enables the director to communicate with others during performance. b) Communication from members of the public to the makers of a broadcast transmission while it is happening …   Wiktionary

  • talkback — talk|back [ˈto:kbæk US ˈto:k ] n [U] an electronic system used in a film or television ↑studio, so that someone can talk to someone else without other people hearing them …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • talkback — talk|back [ tɔk,bæk ] noun uncount 1. ) a communication system in a radio or television STUDIO that allows people to speak to each other without the audience hearing what they say 2. ) count AUSTRALIAN a CALL IN …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • talkback — noun 1》 a system of two way communication by loudspeaker. 2》 another term for phone in …   English new terms dictionary

  • talkback — n. 1 (often attrib.) a system of two way communication by loudspeaker. 2 Austral. & NZ = phone in (see PHONE(1)) …   Useful english dictionary


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