the Internet are usually called spam. (2) Also called fill-in, a short piece of mujsic to fill a gap between program elements. Transcript : A word-for-word written version of an interview or other spoken segment. To do this, you must alter all the notices that refer to this License, so that they refer to the ordinary GNU General Public License, version 2, instead of to this License. Redletter : An important breaking news story. Typesetter : In the days before desktop publishing, the person who turned a journalists work into metal type for printing. Splash : An exciting front page story given prominence so people will take notice. NIB : See news in brief above.
Promo : See trail below. (3) An up-front payment for commissioned work, such as a longer article or a book. Streaming : Watching or listening to a video or audio file as it is being played from the source site, rather than waiting until it is downloaded and then opened. Also called supers because they are superimposed over the image of the person who is speaking or cap gens (cg) from creation by a caption generator. And you must show them these terms so they know their rights. If any provision of this eula is illegal or unenforceable, then that provision is deemed to be restated as nearly as possible in a manner that complies with applicable law, and the remainder of this eula will remain in full force and effect. Body type : The style of newspaper type used in the body of a story, not in headlines, where it is called display type. Microblog : A small or short Internet blog that allow users to exchange small elements of content such as short sentences, individual images, or video links.