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NAD and Gogo Vision Partner for In-Flight Captions

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 its 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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Resource: Filing Captioning Complaints with Video Program Distributors

Although the FCC has recently improved its Help Center with a more simplified look and improved user experience, this is…

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Closed Captioning of Internet Video Clips

In September of 2012, the FCC announced the obligation for closed captioning on all full-length Internet video programming that was…

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Department of Transportation Orders Closed Captioning in Airports

In September of 2011, the U.S. Department of Transportation issued a notice of proposed rule making in Docket OST 2011-0182 titled,…

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FCC Tasks Editors: Create Space for Caption Placement

Due to the updated FCC guidelines and standards regarding the quality of captioning, video editors face challenges when it comes…

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Guest Blog: Closed Captioning for Church Online

The following blog was written by one of our clients, Simon Roberts, from Rock Church San Diego. Since the Rock…

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