Bringing Sounds to Life: Making Sound Effects (and BB-8) Accessible to All

by: David Titmus

What’s the best way to describe a sound to someone? How would you capture, in words, the sound of an explosion as a thief blows up a bank vault, the thud of doors slamming as the robber runs out of … Read More

NBC Olympics Selects VITAC Closed Captioning Services for its Production of 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang

by: David Titmus

VITAC Enables NBC Olympics to Provide Closed Captions During its Coverage of 2018 PyeongChang Games STAMFORD, CONN. – NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected VITAC Corporation to provide closed captioning services for its production of … Read More

An Olympic Effort

by: David Titmus

VITAC Working Around-the-Clock to Caption This Month’s Winter Games After traveling more than 1,200 miles by plane, train, sailboat, bicycle, cable car, and robot (yes, robot!) over the past 100 days, the Olympic torch will arrive in PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, … Read More

Game On!

by: David Titmus

VITAC Provides Captions for the Largest Sporting Events of the New Year The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will take the field in Minneapolis, Minnesota’s U.S. Bank Stadium this Sunday (February 4) for Super Bowl LII on NBC. … Read More

Celebrating the Season at HDS

by: David Titmus

The holidays never fail to bring the best out in people and, for the past 22 years, VITAC and its employees have been embracing this season’s joy, warmth, and charity as a proud participant in the Angel Gift exchange program … Read More

Millennials + Captioned Videos = Success

by: David Titmus

Millennials (18 to 35 years of age) are quickly becoming the primary population group in the United States. And, with a presence of about 83.1 million individuals in the marketplace, their consumer behavior is undeniably powerful. Millennials Prefer to View … Read More

The Human Art of Captioning

by: David Titmus

For some, closed captions are simply those words that flow across the bottom of televisions that describe the on-screen dialogue and action. But for nearly 50 million Americans in the deaf and hard of hearing community, captions are so much … Read More

When Disaster Strikes Information Access is Critical for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community

by: David Titmus

Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on communities in Texas leaving many without access to news updates and local programming. Specifically, those in the deaf and hard of hearing community were left in the dark when Houston television station KHOU lost its … Read More

VITAC to Recruit Work-From-Home Captioners at Denver Veterans Job Fair

by: David Titmus

The country’s largest accessible media provider expands commitment to the military community VITAC, the nation’s largest provider of captioning services, is teaming up with other employers to provide opportunities for job seekers with military backgrounds at the DAV RecruitMilitary Denver … Read More

Local Students Tour VITAC Headquarters

by: VITAC

A group of court-reporting students from the Community College of Allegheny County toured the VITAC headquarters October 3rd, a visit entry-level students make with their professor, Mary Beth Johnson, every fall. Led by Realtime Captioner Trainer Sharon Siatkowski, students listened … Read More