Interactive voice broadcasting (also referred to as interactive voice messaging) programs allow the call recipient to listen to the recorded message and interact with the system by pressing keys on the phone keypad. The system can detect which key is pressed and be programmed to interact and play various messages accordingly. This is a form of Interactive voice response (IVR).

More qualitative results can be captured by allowing call recipients to leave their own voice message instead of just button presses. This function can not only be used for "grassroots" lobbying, but can be used to allow loved ones to leave voice messages for each other when separated after a disaster.

A voice message allows you to reach someone on the go or on a landline, and as most phones ring, they are louder and generally more noticeable than a text message alert.

Our system can either play pre-recorded messages, read text-to-speech or even email-to-text-to-speech, depending on your circumstances. Our system also allows you to use text-to-speech for multiple languages.

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