Where Do You Need Captioning?

April 30, 2012 Comments Off on Where Do You Need Captioning?

Q: Where do YOU need CAPTIONING? (outside of television, movies, and internet videos please) – Tell us here!

Life goes on, every day – where do you wish you had real time speech-to-text easy to read, full quality? at home? at work? in school? at conferences? and ? Talk to us now. We know we all want it for entertainment and videos online too. Let’s talk about all the other places we want equal communication access via captioning. Your answers?

Reminder: Join the CCAC also – go to our web, easy to do: http://ccacaptioning.org
Add your support, your voice, or your advocacy!

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The Joys of Travels – for us all!

April 26, 2012 Comments Off on The Joys of Travels – for us all!

For the many sorts of “international” folks among us, and we who enjoy travels beyond our own regions:

with a tip of the hat to Bobby Cox, Deaf Echo, see below, who pointed us to the story online.

JOIN THE CCAC – THE PLACE TO BE FOR CAPTIONING ADVOCACY, STILL FREE, GO TO WWW.CCACAPTIONING.ORG AND SEE.

(http://deafecho.com/2012/04/word-lens-revolutionizes-deaf-travel/#respond)

Laugh and the World Looks Better with Captioning

April 25, 2012 Comments Off on Laugh and the World Looks Better with Captioning

FROM A CCAC MEMBER WHO KNOWS CAPTIONING!
with his permission, and from his blog, see this, and have a good day 🙂

http://accessibleseinfeld.com/player/rb4N

http://melel.com.au/jerry-seinfelds-favourite-story-on-show-business/
thanks Michael in Australia!

JOIN US IN THE CCAC – STILL FREE! IF YOU KNOW HOW VALUABLE CAPTIONING INCLUSION IS, EVERY DAY. GO TO CCACAPTIONING.ORG AND CLICK TO BECOME A MEMBER. It’s a place you can belong!

Captions (Subtitles) Get the Word Out!

April 23, 2012 Comments Off on Captions (Subtitles) Get the Word Out!

Learning a new language?
Want a global audience?

Have a hearing loss? Are you deaf or Deaf? or deafened?

Makes no difference to the CCAC!

The world needs captioning – some of us in many situations, others in some places.
And if we are healthy active people, many of us need it every day!

Many sorts of captioning, live, online, in our ten categories of life (including “cart” or “sttr” or realtime captioning, including voice writing too)…and more!

And many sorts of deafness and hearing loss also – and many current discussions about what “deaf” means.

Hear this: advocate for captioning inclusion universally – it’s the only way we can all communicate together, deaf or not, hearing or not, using one or more languages or not, with hearing aids or not, with implants or not, with loops (many sorts) or not too.

Sure, some other resources, and not to forget signing that is vital for some, work for many also. However, full communication access for all of us requires captioning! Join the CCAC (go to ccacaptioning.org) and help us spread the word!

P.S. Blindness and low vision require audio description (text to speech). And deaf-blind needs are important to address also. The CCAC has one mission – much more inclusion of quality captioning.

Autism and Captioning

April 19, 2012 Comments Off on Autism and Captioning

We are told that captioning inclusion helps – and is used by – many people who have a difference called autism (along a continuum of related differences*), and we are happy to share this video below.  Not sure if it’s produced by a “commercial” company or not, yet the inclusion of quality captioning here is also noteworthy (it’s good!).

 

join the ccac everyone! captioning speaks to us all! http://www.ccacaptioning.org is our web with the membership form (free membership)

*one reference to learn more about autism, http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/asd.cfm

Hear Ye All – CCAC Web Has Photos, Videos & More to Educate About Captioning and CART

April 18, 2012 Comments Off on Hear Ye All – CCAC Web Has Photos, Videos & More to Educate About Captioning and CART

Be sure to review the new and updated WEB of the CCAC – the Place to Be for Captioning Advocacy – WWW.CCACAPTIONING.ORG

Look under Resources for some great stuff!

Look under Newsletter for the first three issues of our super new publication!

CCAC Mission: Inclusion of Quality Captioning Universally.

Cheers!

 

Time to Caption This

April 16, 2012 Comments Off on Time to Caption This

Time to change the order here, there, and many places!

 

Dictionary says, for “caption” — (from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/caption)

a : the heading especially of an article or document

b : the explanatory comment or designation accompanying a pictorial illustration

c : a motion-picture subtitle

CCAC suggests, thinking with you all here:

Caption:

a. text instead of sound, words, or any audio – the written or produced text for reading instead of “hearing”

b. realtime speech to text translation (some prefer transcription, interpretation, transformation) so that millions who need text to “hear” conversations and more are included

c. captioning and subtitles on media, from television to internet, in movies and anyplace any media is shown; not only visually (any sound presentations too)

d. oh yes – a line under a cartoon or photo

e. a bubble in a cartoon that has text for the words

f. heading of an article? really?

 

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE HAPPENING NOW – JOIN THE CCAC, INVITE A FEW OTHERS!

WWW.CCACAPTIONING.ORG

 

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