audiovisual


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au·di·o·vi·su·al

(aw'dē-ō-vizh'yū-ăl),
Pertaining to a communication or teaching technique that combines both audible and visible symbols.

au·di·o·vi·su·al

(aw'dē-ō-vizh'ū-ăl)
Pertaining to a communication or teaching technique that combines both audible and visible symbols.
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The Treaty also grants performers moral rights, that is, the right to claim to be identified as the performer (except where such an omission would be dictated by the manner of the use of the performance); and the right to object to any distortion, mutilation or other modification that would be prejudicial to the performer's reputation, taking into account the nature of the audiovisual fixations.
Many sound recordings, moving images and other audiovisual material are lost because of neglect, natural decay and technological obsolescence.
The InfoComm MEA Summit expects to host more than 500 delegates to network with the world's top audiovisual experts, and exchange knowledge on and share rising trends, technology updates and industry best practices.
Audiovisual media transport the children to a space of fiction, with characters that live a story in which they participate and understand due to the sum of its languages, producing meaning.
"InfoComm MEA has seen strong participation from exhibitors, and we expect another robust year of business deals and partnerships in professional audiovisual solutions.
The independence of audiovisual regulatory bodies is key for the implementation of legislation in an impartial manner (i.e., free from influence by political players or industry).
Se acerca a temas claves como el rol de la UE en la regulacion de la interfaz 'comercial y cultural' (Psychogiopoulou, 2014), los protocolos de la UE sobre cooperacion cultural (Loisen y DeVille, 2011; Richieri Hanania y Ruiz Fabri, 2014), asi como la cooperacion interregional en el sector audiovisual con especial enfasis en los vinculos entre la UE y el Mercosur (Crusafon, 2009; Sarikakis y Ganter, 2014; Canedo y Crusafon, 2014).
The audiovisual market for the Middle East and Africa region is set to reach $4.63 billion by 2016, out of this the GCC is expected to contribute more than $300 million.
Intertextuality (the relations of given audiovisual performances to other texts)
The Middle East and Africa's audiovisual market, among the fastest-growing in the world, is set to reach $4.63 billion by 2016, according to trade association InfoComm International.
The Middle East and Africa's (MEA) audiovisual market, among the fastest-growing in the world, is set to reach $4.63 billion by 2016, according to trade association InfoComm International.
Susanne Nikoltchev, currently head of the Legal Information Department at the European Audiovisual Observatory, was elected executive director by the observatory's Executive Council, at the annual meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 14 June.