Do you hate subtitles? Then this article is for you.
The airline responded to her remarks on Twitter, explaining that “most” of their aircraft with “seatback screens have closed captioning.”
The BBC's closed-caption gaffe got a tad too personal.
GOP lawmakers are trying to strip a bipartisan panel of its power to write captions for constitutional amendments that will appear on the ballot this fall.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted 25 years ago, yet we are still discussing the same issues for people with hearing loss. The terms "disability" and "access" have morphed into just meaning physical disability and physical access.
Imagine waking up one day and learning that your daughter has a hearing loss. Imagine finding out the access your daughter needs doesn't exist in this country but does elsewhere.
Since their inception in 1970, closed captions haven't attracted a strong fan base. Able-bodied caption fans are constantly
The laws are in place, but it continues to be an uphill battle to make major video content providers value their diverse audiences.
All video streaming companies including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and others now have to offer closed captioning by April 30, 2014 or else be subject to the same fines as traditional broadcast television.
Sometimes the best part about watching television isn’t the dialogue itself; it's what the people who are in charge of writing