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FCC: Captioning Assurance Now a Shared Responsibility

Today, the Federal Communications Commission has published their final ruling on the responsibilities related to the provision and quality of…

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New Minnesota Law to Focus on Video Accessibility

Effective August 1, 2016, a new law authored by Minnesota politician Brian Daniels now requires all televisions in common areas…

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Hillsong Church Launches New 24/7 TV Channel

Today, in a partnership with Trinity Broadcasting Network, Hillsong Church has launched The Hillsong Channel. The 24-hour channel will feature…

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GEB America: 2016 Full Power TV Station of the Year

Aberdeen would like to extend our heartfelt praises to our client, and trusted AberFast station partner, GEB America on being…

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March 2 is Read Captions Across America Day!

Every year on March 2 (Dr. Seuss’ birthday), kids head off to school and celebrate reading with a program called…

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NAD and Gogo Vision Agree on In-flight Closed Captioning Partnership

Gogo Business Aviation, in its continuing efforts to be the leading provider of in-flight entertainment, has made an admirable step…

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W3C Receives an Emmy Award for Contributions to Online Captioning

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the global web-standards organization, accepted an Emmy Award earlier this month for their work…

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Hawaii Movie Theaters Become First in the Nation to Require Open Captions

Not shortly after Portland became the first state to require enabled captions in all public establishments, Hawaii has just become…

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Time to Turn on the Captions in Portland

It’s official. Starting today, the City of Portland, Oregon, will require all televisions visible in public establishments to activate the…

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FCC Roundtable: Closed Captioning PEG Programming

On November 10, 2015, the FCC held a roundtable event concentrating on the accessibility of public, educational, and government (PEG)…

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