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BBC News 1.00
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Description of BBC News 1.00:
BBC News 1.00 is a freeware program to read BBC news aloud. It gives a voice and visibility to BBC:s text based news pages. Find easily, see and hear BBC:s great news pages on your PC like TV news or watch latest BBC news videos. BBC News v.1.00 Features: Talking animated head Speak English Fetch News and NewsPictures from Web by Click a button Navigates and shows the newsvideos in Mediaplayer. BBC News 1.00 needs an Internet connection to work. Freeware Notice To Install BBC news the easy way: If you have not installed following subcjects: 1.SAPI 4 control panel applet 2.Microsoft Speech API 4.0a 3.Lernout@Hauspie TTS3000 TTS Engine British English 4.Haptek Player You must install them before you start BBC News program Please visit following www page for Installation Instructions: http://www.bercutfinland.com/BBCNews/bbcnewsdownload.html
Supported OS: Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.x, Windows 2003, Windows 2000
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