Project

RadioTalk

mohamed hassan

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The RadioTalk corpus includes speech recognition transcripts sampled from talk radio broadcasts in the United States between October of 2018 and March of 2019. The corpus is intended for use by researchers in the fields of natural language processing, conversational analysis, and the social sciences. The corpus encompasses approximately 2.8 billion words of automatically transcribed speech from 284,000 hours of radio, together with metadata about the speech, such as geographical location, speaker turn boundaries, gender, and radio program information. The paper introducing it summarizes why and how we prepared the corpus, gives some descriptive statistics on stations, shows and speakers, and carries out a few high-level analyses.

The RadioTalk corpus includes speech recognition transcripts sampled from talk radio broadcasts in the United States between October of 2018 and March of 2019. The corpus is intended for use by researchers in the fields of natural language processing, conversational analysis, and the social sciences. The corpus encompasses approximately 2.8 billion words of automatically transcribed speech from 284,000 hours of radio, together with metadata about the speech, such as geographical location, speaker turn boundaries, gender, and radio program information. The paper introducing it summarizes why and how we prepared the corpus, gives some descriptive statistics on stations, shows and speakers, and carries out a few high-level analyses.