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ReadSpeaker Launches New Version of ReadSpeaker TextAid

The online personal reader for students now includes new text and document library capabilities. ReadSpeaker is excited to announce the latest version of ReadSpeaker TextAid, with a fully redesigned user interface and an updated list of user-friendly features. The user interface – available in four languages with more to come – has been upgraded making it […]

Wake Forest University Adds Text to Speech to Facilitate Access to Its Online Content

In an effort to provide even easier access to digital content for its students, Wake Forest University (WFU) has decided to experiment with speech-enabled texts using ReadSpeaker’s Enterprise Highlighting text-to-speech service. WFU students can listen to select custom-published online materials on their desktops, tablets or smartphones, by simply clicking on the Listen button displayed on the selected […]

New Version of ReadSpeaker Enterprise Highlighting Released

A new version has been released today of ReadSpeaker’s web-reading solution ReadSpeaker Enterprise Highlighting. One of the new main additions is a tool that facilitates easier reading comprehension by giving end users the option to have enlarged text be speech enabled and highlighted in a box displayed at the bottom of web pages. The Enhanced text […]

ReadSpeaker voices its presence at the European Parliament of Enterprises

Thanks to our representative in Portugal, José Novais, we were present at the European Parliament of Enterprises (EPE) held today at the European Parliament in Brussels. The EPE gives a unique opportunity for more than 750 business men and women coming from 45 European countries to debate and foster better communication between the world of […]

Bavarian Blind and Visually-Impaired Association Chooses ReadSpeaker

The Bavarian Blind and Visually-Impaired Association (German: Bayerischer Blinden- und Sehbehindertenbund) adds ReadSpeaker to its website using ReadSpeaker’s male German voice. The BBSB represents the interests of the more than 80,000 blind and partially-sighted people in politics, business, and the public. By adding ReadSpeaker to its website, the association has increased the accessibility of its […]

Canadian Human Rights Commission Adds Text to Speech to Its Website

The Canadian Human Rights Commission has added several ReadSpeaker text-to-speech solutions to facilitate access to the text-based content on its website. The web pages are speech-enabled in English and French using ReadSpeaker Enterprise Highlighting which enables users to click and listen to the text content on any connected device. The text is also highlighted as it is being read […]

ABC-CLIO Solutions adds ReadSpeaker’s text-to-speech technology to its online curriculum and reference resources

Learners can now listen and highlight all ABC-CLIO Solutions online text resources for better reading comprehension and improved information recall Public and academic libraries and Schools using the recognized ABC-CLIO Solutions database collections can now offer learners ReadSpeaker’s leading web-based text-to-speech service to gain better access to 15 subject-specific online curriculum and reference resources. From […]

The Presidency of Mexico adds ReadSpeaker to its website

Increasing the text accessibility of its governmental websites, the Presidency of Mexico has added Readspeaker Enterprise Highlighting to speech-enable online content. Visitors to the website from anywhere in the world can now listen to content in North American-accented Spanish. Users can listen to the latest news from the Presidency on the blog. Adding text-to-speech to […]

ReadSpeaker Exhibiting at Frankfurt Book Fair 2014

ReadSpeaker will be exhibiting at stand D90, Hall 4.2, at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2014 (Frankfurter Buchmesse) from October 8 to October 12. On Wednesday October 8 ReadSpeaker will be giving a presentation about text-to-speech technology in the education and e-learning space. With the migration of text-books from print to digital, numerous interactive possibilities appear […]