July 22, 2011 § 3 Comments
July 18, 2011 Comments Off on Double Delights of Caption Inclusion
1. Add quality Captioning to all media with Sign Language – then millions of deaf, deafened, and people with hearing loss can begin to learn some signs, and millions of hearing people too.
2. Add captioning to all media with audio – then millions of hearing people can improve languages, children can use captioning for improved literacy, people who are deaf can improve literacy, business can search online more efficiently for their markets, and – really need more reasons?
July 17, 2011 Comments Off on Captioning at Houses of Worship Update
There must be more congregations needing captioning – yes? This is our current listing of places using captioning for all now, or in recent past, see below. Tell us about more please, email to email@example.com, or comment here.
House of Worship Location Memorial Park Church Pittsburgh, PA Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Carrollton, Texas Smyrna Church of Christ Smyrna, Tennessee Family Harvest Church Chicago, Illinois Southside Worship Centre Ajax, Ontario – Canada Chase Oaks Church North Plano, Texas Disciples Christian Church Hamilton, Ohio Faith Community Church Alliston, Ontario – Canada Balhannah Uniting Church Balhannah, South Australia Second Baptist Church Houston, Texas New Life Church Milton, Ontario – Canada Kempsville Presbyterian Church Virginia Beach, VA Holy Trinity R. C. Church Hackensack, NJ Calvary Life Church Grand Rapids, Michigan Word of Faith International Detroit, Michigan Emmanuel Lutheran Church Hermitage, Tennessee Zia United Methodist Church Santa Fe, New Mexico Bethlehem Healing Temple Boston, MA The Temple – Judaism Atlanta, Georgia Olathe Bible Church Olathe, Kansas Houses of Worship highlighted in yellow were made known via www.captioningtheword.com It is assumed that CART/captioning is still being offered.
July 15, 2011 Comments Off on Captioning, real-time, from the source, so to speak :-)
Many reading may enjoy this transcript – it’s a rough one (not polished), and longish – okay to skim some of it – we suggest you try it – it’s got some gems of information in it, for captioning (and CART) providers, consumers, and teachers especially (e.g. acoustics and sounds in the classroom.
(With a tip of the hat to ACS which is one of several large and busy captioning companies).
and open the transcript. Any questions? I’ll refer you to Phil :-).
July 8, 2011 § 5 Comments
CCAC is all about Captioning as Speech to Text. At the same time, we love all captioning! Here’s a contest to caption the puppy – with a line about why real time speech to text captioning is so vital in the modern world, for millions! Add your caption here in a comment, or find CCAC on facebook and do it there, or join the CCAC (free) soon, from the website.
http://www.ccacaptioning.org is the web
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