Search engines try to find their sound


An Anonymous Patron writes to point us to this story about how "Most "spiders" that crawl and index the Web are effectively blind to audio and video content, making NPR's highly regarded radio programming all but invisible to mainstream search engines."
One conclusion of the article, ""Where it gets cool is if you could search on any keyword and find it within audio and that audio would come up in search results," Webster said. "But I don't think we're there yet.""

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