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Spoken-Word TV Content Search

TVEyes has launched a "Spoken Word Index" that "crawls" every word in an audio or video file

TVEyes has launched a “Spoken Word Index” that “crawls” every word in an audio or video file. So now, you can search Web TV for content — well, at present only news content, but you can imagine the possibilities.

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The TV search engine currently searches foxnews.com, cnn.com, msnbc.com, cbsnews.com, reuters.com and news.bbc.co.uk. Once you find clips containing your keyword, you can play video clips containing that keyword for verification before moving on to the news site to view or download the entire file.

TVEyes is encouraging content owners to make their sites available for indexing.

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