Soon after, he took top leadership roles at British record labels including Arista, phonogram and MCA UK.
The teacher writes a phonogram on the board and below it all the consonant sounds from which words may be built.
It then came to stand as a phonogram to express the word nefer, good.
When he has finished the sheet, or phonogram, as I call it, it is ready for putting into a little box made on purpose for mails.
In 1888 Edison sent his first phonogram by steamer to England.
This picture writing or hieroglyphic was well developed and in the phonogram stage about 5000 B.C.
The next step forward is the development of the ideogram into the phonogram, or sound sign.
phonogram pho·no·gram (fō'nə-grām')
A graphic tracing depicting the duration and intensity of a sound.
A character or symbol, as in a phonetic alphabet, representing a word or phoneme in speech.