WebNews.TV is the unique program that pronounces RSS news feeds and comments them with funny animation movies. For each news theme (sports, technology, etc.) you get different emotion of TV dictor represented by special cartoon movie.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: WebNews.TV is the unique program that pronounces feeds and comments them with funny animation movies.
This program download the latest news from RSS news feeds and Web sites and then shows them in TV like screen. Funny characters (by default - penguin) entertain you while you are reading and listening news headlines. For each news theme (world news, sports, technology, entertainment, etc.) you get different emotion of TV dictor (character) represented by special cartoon movie corresponded to this theme. You can open "full story" page for current news simply by clicking on the headline.
Additionaly WebNews.tv character can pronounce (speak) for you headlines and details of the shown news.
Program allows you to select your favorite news channels (RSS feeds and Web sites). You can also assign different cartoon movie for each news theme.
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