By Justin Howell
By Justin Howell
Inclusivity in the Church: Catering to Special Needs Individuals
By David Appelt
The Universality of Digital Video and the Need for Closed Captions
The world where your content is competing is a world where closed captions and subtitles are necessary, if not more necessary than ever—according to multiple digital media usage studies.
By Adam Grover
The Dangers of Poorly Captioned Broadcasts
The FCC averages around 500 closed captioning quality complaints per year. Imagine the level of frustration felt by the hearing impaired person that actually takes the time to register a complaint.
When you consider that the majority of Americans can’t seem to find the time to vote – the fact that someone would take the time to complain to a government agency shows the level of angst they must be feeling.
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