The word VoxPop is derived from the Latin phrase vox populai meaning voice of the people and today it is the term used to describe the MSC Voxpop App by which recordings can be made in near studio quality to set in motion the distribution of news and content. It can be used to promote product and services, talk about an issue, a communication platform and much more.
This is a vehicle by which real unadulterated news and information from the corridors of industry can be placed in front of an interested audience. It's free to download so why not give it a trial?
The App utilizes the very latest in speech recognition technology where the Artificial Intelligence (AI) programe recognises and translates spoken language into text.
Sample MSC VoxPops
Here is an example of a MSC VoxPop recorded by Ken Evans head consulting engineer for TEKAM talking about New Zealand made equipment that is being used effectivly to reduce the number of tyres stockpiled through out the country.
In this second VoxPop example Doug Green, editor of the NZManufacturer Magazine introduces the July18 edition which you can read here
In this third VoxPop example Doug Green, editor of NZManufacturer, talks about manufacturing in New Zealand today