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Prompter, producer, graphics and production assistant positions are each equipped with standard desktop work surfaces plus a total of seven sloping equipment pods, each with a capacity of 4U.
The company added that Prompter is an additional option to its Interactivity Suite (IS), a platform that allows participation TV by enabling viewers to influence a broadcast in real time and allows them to interact with other viewers.
I'm going to pre-write my eulogy and put it on a prompter," he added.
I begged them to put it on a prompter for me," she says, noting her quick delivery would help sell the comedy and her character.
MICHAEL BELL has high hopes for Prompter ahead of his return to the track at Epsom today.
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He headed to Chester for what looked a red-hot contest on his next start and although again he had to settle for minor honours, the winner Prompter has since acquitted himself reasonably well in Group company and the runner-up Tominator has subsequently won.
Richard Hills set the pace tracked closely by Hayley Turner on Prompter with Buzzword (5-4) on the rails.
Michael Bell's Prompter became the first progeny of the 2005 Derby winner Motivator to win when he put up a convincing performance under Hayley Turner in the EBF Maiden Stakes.
Property managers tell us that landlords are concerned about the adequacy of the sum insured and with a rise in landlord/tenant disputes, some are also reviewing their insurance provision in a bid to reduce costs at the same time as securing more comprehensive cover and prompter pay-outs should the need arise.
Marnie is a good prompter, but only you can memorize your lines," chided Mrs.