VITAC’s Government Captioning Services Have the Answers to Website Accessibility Questions

by: David Titmus

When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990, many modern technologies, such as online websites that are commonplace today, were still years away from making their mark. And as technology has increased over the past three decades, so, too, have the questions over how ADA laws apply … Read More

VITAC Proud to Include Hands & Voices Among Our Strong Advocacy Partnerships

by: David Titmus

VITAC is thrilled to provide captions to Hands & Voices, a non-profit, parent-driven organization dedicated to supporting families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. VITAC’s sales and client support teams worked closely with the organization to find the captioning solutions that best fit their needs and budget, … Read More

VITAC in 2018: The Year in Review

by: David Titmus

The end of the year often is a time for reflection — a chance to pause and take stock of the year that was, and an opportunity to look ahead. It’s a time to celebrate the successes of the past 365 days and consider future challenges. As always, 2018 was … Read More

VITAC has the Answers to Your Questions

by: David Titmus

The world of captioning and accessible content can be a little daunting for those unfamiliar with how captions work. VITAC, however, has answers for you, and all just a mouse-click away. As a leader in the captioning and accessibility sector for more than three decades, we are happy to share … Read More

Video: How Realtime Captions Work

by: David Titmus

Television is fast. In an effort to keep the viewer’s attention, programs quickly cut from scene to scene, commentator to commentator, and person to person, with dialogue flying a mile a minute. It’s a wonder that anyone is able to keep up and understand everything that’s being said. Now imagine … Read More

Three Things That Happen When You Don’t Use Captions

by: David Titmus

For some, closed captions are simply those words that pop up at the bottom of the television (or computer or tablet or cell phone) that describe the on-screen dialogue and action. But for more than 50 million Americans in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community, captions are so much more — … Read More

VITAC Proud to Sponsor TDI 50th Anniversary Gala

by: David Titmus

VITAC, the largest captioning provider in the United States, is excited to be a sponsor of TDI’s upcoming 50th Anniversary Gala. TDI’s golden anniversary celebration will be held this Thursday (Oct. 25) at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Bethesda, Maryland. In addition to dinner and an … Read More

VITAC Thrilled to be Among Sponsors of the 2018 SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference

by: David Titmus

VITAC will be in Atlanta, GA, next week for our sponsorship of the 2018 SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition. The sold-out conference, presented by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), will attract more than 800 human resources professionals and diversity experts, and will feature more than 35 … Read More

VITAC Proud to Sponsor, Participate in Colorado Communications’ CBCcon

by: David Titmus

VITAC is thrilled to sponsor this year’s CBCcon (the Colorado Broadband & Communications Conference), a local government-focused conference on broadband law and policy, cable and wireless policy and regulation, technology initiatives and advancements, and video production. The conference features workshop sessions as well as a number of discussions and panels related to … Read More

Accessibility Roundup: Captioned Telephone Service and Website Access

by: David Titmus

More than a dozen advocacy organizations and consumer groups are supporting a call for clarification regarding the Federal Communication Commission’s plan to allow the use of fully automatic speech recognition (ASR) programs for its Internet Protocol Captioned Telephone Service (IP CTS). The organizations — including Hearing Loss Association of America, … Read More