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What is realtime captioning?
Instantaneous and simultaneous translation of spoken English into readable text. Necessary to make audio information accessible to people who are deaf/hard of hearing whose first language is English.
What should I expect from my CART Captioner?
The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) has established a CART Consumer Bill of Rights.
Do I have to caption my event/programming?
Pertinent ADA Section for Title II entities (state and local governments) and Title III entities (business and nonprofit organizations that serve the public).
FCC Rules Regarding IP-Delivered Video Programming
FCC Rules Regarding Internet Video Programming
Are there quality standards for live broadcast captioning?
Yes. Here are the latest FCC Caption Quality Standards.
Is there a website that I can use as a realtime captioning resource?
Yes. The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) has created and maintains the Captioning Matters site.
What can I expect to experience as a client?
Realtime CART and broadcast captioning delivered anywhere you are, with an emphasis on quality, customized solutions and ease of use.
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