Recent Posts tagged with VITAC

SVG SportsTech On Demand: Vitac’s Chris Crowell on Integrating Closed Captioning Into Remote Broadcast Workflows

In an effort to keep the broadcast-technology community informed this spring, throughout April, SVG is hosting a series of SportsTech On Demand video interviews with executives from the industry’s top technology vendors discussing their latest product releases and company news. Our Brandon Costa sat down with Chris Crowell, CEO, Vitac, about the company’s efforts. Vitac has […]  More

VITAC Meets High Demand of Remote Captioning

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads across parts of Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the US, major corporations are asking their employees to work remotely as a protection against the illness, while others are restricting all non-essential business travel to keep the virus from spreading.  More

NAB 2019: VITAC Demos VPC Control Tower, Next-Gen Tech, Always-On Connections, Captioning Reliability

VITAC, the largest captioning company in the U.S., has released the newest technology in the VITAC Power Connect (VPC) family of products, enhancing its captioning and accessibility services and providing greater reliability for caption clients and viewers. VPC Control Tower is a first-of-its-kind cloud-based application that allows easy, always-on connections between captioners, events, and clients, […]  More

Register Now for VITAC’s Offline Captioning Webinar

From video clips of your favorite late night television shows posted on social media to corporate training videos, captioning prerecorded content helps satisfy ADA regulations and also makes information equally accessible for the 50 million people in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community (DHOH) and attainable for broader audiences (especially millennials) that choose captions over sound.  More

Join VITAC’s Offline Captioning Webinar

From video clips of your favorite late night television shows posted on social media to corporate training videos, captioning prerecorded content helps satisfy ADA regulations and also makes information equally accessible for the 50 million people in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community (DHOH) and attainable for broader audiences (especially millennials) that choose captions over sound.  More

Register Now for VITAC’s Captioning Webinar

From the conference room to the classroom to the living room, captioning content not only satisfies ADA regulations but, perhaps more importantly, makes information attainable and retainable for the 50 million people in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community (DHOH) and the broader viewing markets (especially millennials) that choose captions over sound.  More

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