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Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 23.05.2016


Deaf Kiwis to share excitement of the Olympics thanks to new captioning tech - TVNZ

Imagine watching some of our greatest sporting moments in history with your television on mute – no spine-tingling hakas, no emotion-filled anthems – just silence. That's the reality deaf and hard-hearing New Zealanders have had had to deal with, but thanks to new technology being readied for the Olympics, it could be an issue of the past. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Medien Untertitel

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 21.04.2016


DC's Deaf Film Community Organizes Group for Open Caption Screenings - Washington City Paper (blog)

Washington City Paper (blog) DC's Deaf Film Community Organizes Group for Open Caption Screenings Washington City Paper (blog) The easiest way for deaf and hard-of-hearing people to enjoy movies, he says, is the simplest: subtitles or open caption screenings, as they're called. And while that's technology that's rather simple for both movie theaters and patrons, it's not ... [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Di, den 22.12.2015


Deaf charity demands more subtitles on TV - Third Force News

More and more people watch programmes through on demand and streaming services – but more than three quarters of these are not subtitled. The Action on Hearing Loss charity wants action to end this disparity, which was revealed in a report by the ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Untertitel

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 27.08.2015


Skyview Drive-In draws deaf audiences with captions - Belleville News-Democrat

The drive-in theater introduced captions for movies screened on Thursday nights to appeal to deaf consumers. Outdoor theater owner Steve Bloomer said, “It’s like watching a caption of the movie on TV. All of the dialogue comes up on the screen.” And the deaf community has responded. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 12.08.2015


Doors open for deaf - Fraser Coast Chronicle

PIALBA's Judith Raxworthy is all ears for remote real-time captioning - the technology is a step forward for the inclusion of those with hearing losses in community forums. Ms Raxworthy said the deaf were excluded from gatherings such as council ... [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 26.06.2015


Dual subtitles for VLC, Kodi (XMBC) and any media player

Create online dual subtitles for VLC, Kodi and any media player on Windows, Mac, Linux. Our free online service generates .ASS files from 2 different .SRT files, compatible with all media players, including Kodi. [...] weiter »

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Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 09.06.2014


Captioning movie glasses let deaf film fans get the picture - Northwest Arkansas News

Northwest Arkansas News Captioning movie glasses let deaf film fans get the picture Northwest Arkansas News By Claire Boston. Posted: June 9, 2014 at 2:47 a.m.. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Technik Untertitel

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 03.03.2014


Eureka Theater Allows Deaf, Blind to Experience Movies - NBC Bay Area

New technology at the Broadway Cinema movie theater in Eureka now allows both blind and deaf people the chance to experience movies in a different way. The theater has a closed-captioning machine that displays the dialogue from the film. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 31.01.2014


How Netflix alienated and insulted its deaf subscribers - The Week Magazine

But for all the service's strengths, one aspect is still decidedly twentieth century: The bizarrely low standards for Netflix's closed captions, which continue to alienate subscribers who are deaf, hard of hearing, or simply have difficulty ... [...] weiter »

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Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 30.12.2013


Telefonica, WhatsCine develop app for deaf and blind viewers - Telecompaper (subscription)

Telefonica Studios, the audiovisual content production unit of Telefonica, has reached an agreement with WhatsCine to make all its films accessible to viewers with visual and hearing disorders via a newly developed app. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Di, den 03.12.2013


Girl Scout makes theater enjoyable for deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences - The Olathenews

For a hearing-impaired person who doesn’t know sign language or read lips, enjoying a play is nearly impossible. But thanks to one Overland Park teenager, it might not have to be difficult anymore in Olathe. Catherine Pestinger, a junior at Christ Preparatory Academy, introduced closed captioning during live musical theater productions at the Trilogy Cultural Arts Center in Olathe. The work is the basis for her Girl Scout Gold Award project, “Don’t Miss a Line.” The Gold Award is the highest honor in Girl Scouting. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur Untertitel

Veröffentlicht am Sa, den 30.11.2013


ARD baut Barrieren für blinde und hörgeschädigte Menschen weiter ab

"Wir hatten uns vorgenommen, bis Ende 2013 alle Erstsendungen im Ersten Programm zu untertiteln. Dieses Ziel haben wir erreicht. Im kommenden Jahr geht es nun darum, die letzten verbleibenden Lücken im Ersten zu schließen", sagte der ARD-Vorsitzende und NDR Intendant Lutz Marmor. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am So, den 29.09.2013


Deaf airline passengers seek captioned entertainment - USA TODAY

Andrew Phillips is frustrated by flying, but not just for the usual reasons. Despite technology available now, Phillips, who is deaf, finds most in-flight entertainment doesn't have captioning so that he can enjoy it with other passengers. " [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 16.09.2013


New regs would force movie theaters to provide devices for deaf and blind patrons - American Thinker (blog)

The irony is lost on advocates for blind and deaf people in that by requiring expensive AV aids - closed captions and audio descriptions of what's happening on the screen - it is likely that choices available to the disabled will shrink dramatically as thousands of theaters will be forced to close because they can't afford the new equipment mandated by government. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Untertitel

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 28.08.2013


The blind and deaf are let down by TV, says Blunkett: Former Home Secretary accuses broadcasters of clumsy subtitles and failing to dub documentaries Read more:

The former home secretary, who was born blind, said they were failing to deal with the issue of an ageing population suffering from blindness and deafness. He used two examples of clumsy subtitling provided for the hard of hearing. [...] weiter »

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