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Anecdotal evidence suggests that story-level information is important for the speech component of video retrieval. In this paper we perform a systematic examination of the combination of shot-level and story-level speech, using a document expansion approach. We isolate speech from other retrieval features, and evaluate on the 2003-2006 TRECVID test sets with a set of 94 natural language queries. Our main finding is that that the use of story information significantly improves retrievaldoi:10.1145/1282280.1282322 dblp:conf/civr/HuurninkR07 fatcat:nqwnprzsv5fvjkqofnozawug7y