SVG Venue Initiative White Paper Adds Section on In-Venue Closed Captioning

SVG is pleased to announce that the latest section of the SVG Venue Initiative White Paper is now available for download. Section E: In-Venue Closed Captioning summarizes current regulations, reviews technical and operational requirements, and offers examples of quality in-venue captioning from several professional and collegiate teams.

VTIwhitepaperLogoTo download Section E: In-Venue Closed Captioning, CLICK HERE

To download previous sections of the SVG Venue Initiative White Paper, CLICK HERE

With every new sports venue, remodel, or video-scoreboard renovation comes a decision each sports organization must make: how to comply with federal and local regulations on providing in-venue live closed-captioning content for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The ever-increasing use of visual and aural technologies to present and enhance the game for attendees has also created the need to identify ways to provide an equal experience for deaf and hard- of-hearing fans. This is most effectively accomplished through captioning of the live aural content and presenting these captions on LED displays, TVs, and other auxiliary devices within the venue.
For more on in-venue closed captioning, download the latest section of the SVG Venue Initiative White Paper today!
The SVG Venue Initiative White Paper is made possible through the support of SVG Venue Initiative sponsors: Bexel, Canon, Cisco, Clear-Com, Crown Castle, Daktronics, EVS, Grass Valley, KMH Audio-Video Integration, Panasonic, Quantum, Ross Video, and Sony.

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