- NY Times, Story by Brad Stone
Workers at Telecommunications On Demand view photos that have been stripped of information about the users who posted them. Rapidly cycling through pages of 300 images each, they are asked to flag material that is obviously pornographic or violent, illegal in a certain country or deemed inappropriate by specific Web site. With the rise of Web sites built around material submitted by users, screeners have never been in grater demand. Some Internet firms have tried to get by with software that scan photos for, say, a large area of flesh tones, but nothing is a substitute for a discerning human eye.
- TOD partners with a new call center
Telecommunications On Demand partners with a 20 seat call center in Clearwater, Fl and expands the center to more than 80 sales representatives.
- TOD welcomes a new member to our team
Justin Olds joins TOD as Chief Operating Officer.
- TOD becomes one of the largest leaders in Energy Acquisitions
Telecommunications On Demand becomes one of the largest organizations involved in the deregulated energy and electric business. TOD is providing thousands of customers per week for start up Retail Electric Providers (REP's) as well as existing REP's.
- TOD is awarded by INC. Magazine
Telecommunications On Demand is named in INC. magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies.
- TOD hits a new milestone
Telecommunications on Demand hits a milestone and is now viewing more than 25 million images per day.