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Television Closed Captioning

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Closed captioning refers to the addition of textual information on a video screen or television to enable hearing impaired audiences to understand a particular program or show. Closed captions are typically text versions of spoken conversations though in some cases, they are paraphrased or reworded for space considerations.
  • Joe Clark: Media Access

    Page includes biography, blog postings, public appearances, captioning, audio description, resources and miscellaneous articles.

  • The Media Access Mailing List

    Mailing list dedicated to closed-captioning, audio description, subtitling and dubbing, Web, CD-ROM, and multimedia access, and other topics related to making media of information accessible to people with disabilities and others.

  • The Robson Family

    Presents captioning advocates’ profiles, books, FAQ and related links.

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