TEXT LANGUAGE – Strong, Solid, Meaningful

January 27, 2015 § 1 Comment

Speech to Text (STT) is a global term to describe all captioning, subtitles, text interpreting, and CART (live captioning).

New – how about TEXT LANGUAGE- what do you think?



The problem with speech to text is that it’s historically used for dictation – a one-person thing – one person talking to herself more or less. Captioning is so much more than that – it’s conversation, communication, relationship!

Text Language has a nice ring to it – strong, solid, meaningful.

Did we say we like Text Language  – TL – tell us your thoughts too.

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