Three Reasons for Captioning Corporate Training Videos

by: David Titmus

Corporate training videos are useful tools when new employees join a company and go through their initial group orientation. And when hiring individuals with different backgrounds, cultures, and abilities, captioning those training videos provides all employees with total access to … 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

Are You Making Your Stadium Accessible to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Fans?

by: VITAC

Whether you’re creating accessible sporting events, concerts, speeches, conventions, shows, or anything else, there’s a way to include everyone. Don’t let ADA requirements throw you a curveball. Throw a hail Mary for accessibility and start captioning your event-center programming. With lawsuits … Read More

VITAC’s Amy Bowlen on WNYC’s The Takeaway

by: VITAC

It’s a Presidential election year, and that means a lot of things here at VITAC. Scheduling captioning coverage for breaking Primary election results, countless hours spent preparing caption dictionaries and spelling confirmation lists, and captioning the long debates on several … Read More