An audiogram is a video clip where the primary content is the audio, and is accompanied by a visual aspect, usually a graphical representation of the waveform, the text of what is being spoken, or a still photo of the person speaking. The term "audiogram" in this context was coined by New York Public Radio.
More background on the origins of the audiogram can be found in The Future of Social Audio is Here, Presenting the Audiogram Generator.
- Marty McGuire has posted several clips from his this-week podcast as audiograms.
- https://twitter.com/mic/status/907367576816074752 - contains a waveform, text caption, and accompanying visuals
Some examples from the WNYC article:
- Audiogram a Node.js library for generating shareable videos from audio clips