Internet Access Success: Model for All Advertisers Online!

January 25, 2013 Comments Off on Internet Access Success: Model for All Advertisers Online!

Brilliant access via inclusion of quality Captioning! for all videos there.
And even better – English captioning is the default so everyone sees it without searching for it on the site, or on the video.
How cool is this?
Internet access for advertising – see http://www.bravehearts.com/ and say kudos to all involved soon!
This is a first as far as we know – exciting!
Reminder – if YOU need captioning, register and use http://captionmatch.com to find a provider. Let’s make access via inclusion of quality captioning most fashionable!
Keds Bravehearts
Keds x Taylor Swift http://www.bravehearts.com/
(And CCAC is proud to say we know folks involved 🙂
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Need CART or Captioning? Just ask CaptionMatch

January 23, 2013 Comments Off on Need CART or Captioning? Just ask CaptionMatch

Anyone need CART or Captioning (STTR or subtitles) in Feb, March, April?

May, June or July?

Visit http://captionmatch.com  and just ask.

Support CCAC advocates.

CaptionMatch can also help you find a translator for Sign Language videos (English transcript and subtitling), can help providers looking for sub-contractors, and of course, all hearing producers of any event, conference, training, class, meeting, and so much more – to provide access for 1/5 persons who may need it for full comprehension. What’s “it”? Full verbatim speech-to-text, real time.

Any questions?  Read all the information on the CCAC web and then get in touch here or via email.

http://ccacaptioning.org

Share your love of captioning – access – language – inclusion!

 

CCAC Pledge – I will not distribute videos without quality captioning

January 22, 2013 Comments Off on CCAC Pledge – I will not distribute videos without quality captioning

Even though some “pledges” have a negative rap these days – this one is vital for equality.  Call it a promise or a passion, it’s another important spoke in the CCAC wheel for captioning advocacy – part of continuing CCAC volunteer citizen advocacy, going on for quite some time now, for Internet access via inclusion of quality captioning. There is so much more to do! We promise to continue our efforts, and hope many of you take the pledge, and when you can, ask for any captioning that is missing. Share what you do with us.

PROMISE,PLEDGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

See more on the CCAC web, http://ccacaptioning.org

Ask for captioning of any sort using CaptionMatch.com

Many too many videos online exclude millions and millions of us.

Join the CCAC and advocate with us by adding your name, energies, whatever you can contribute.

Why take the pledge? We are not only millions of deaf, deafened, and people with hearing loss who require access; we are millions more who want to learn languages, and many more who use captioning for other good reasons.

Take the pledge by emailing now to CCACaptioning@gmail.com to say “Yes I pledge.”

Spread the words with the CCAC! Join us, membership is still free. And don’t be shy to ASK for captioning/CART wherever needed.

Air Travel Access with Captioning

January 10, 2013 § 1 Comment

CCAC members are talking about added advocacy for access with Captioning for all air travels, such as the items below.

Airplane

You’re invited to get involved, here, in CCAC membership discussions, on social media, or anyplace that works for you. Talk to us.

1. Some airlines do and many don’t -Captioning for Films shown on board.

2. Some do and some don’t have captioning for TV programs playing on board.

3. Announcements on board by crew need real time captioning.

4. Announcements in all airports also need real time captioning.

See all the information now on this CCAC webpage, and send us more soon: http://ccacaptioning.org/captioning-transportation/

 

http://CCACAPTIONING.ORG

NEED CAPTIONING OR CART: VISIT HTTP://CAPTIONMATCH.COM

EMAIL CCACAPTIONING@GMAIL.CO

 

CSI User Experience Conference 2012 Part 4 – Access business models & BSLBT

January 5, 2013 Comments Off on CSI User Experience Conference 2012 Part 4 – Access business models & BSLBT

CSI User Experience Conference 2012 Part 4 – Access business models & BSLBT.

This is part 4 of a summary report from someone in the UK who attended this conference  – all of it worth reading. Thanks Dawn!

 

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