Sunday, 8 March 2015

Definition: Bouncer

A "bouncer", or pre-roll, is a message that some net radio stations stream before granting access to their programme. NRB calls this a "bouncer" because it has the (unintended) effect of repelling -- or "bouncing" -- listeners.

(For more information, see the Rebuffering column on this issue.)

(Photo courtesy of Official PSDs.)


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