Entries from Grumpy Old Deafies tagged with 'subtitling'

TED Talks Now Subtitled

TED runs an annual conference bringing together some of the world's foremost thinkers and doers. In addition to their conference, they also carry these videos online. A list of speakers can be found here. Since the medium of presentation is...

Dooce Overhears An Angry Deaf Person via a Relay Operator

Heather Armstrong aka dooce.com is carrying a post where she describes a relay operator conveying a deaf person being angry at the lack of captions. It was a hate phone call. An emotional hate phone call. A hate phone call...

Parliament: Subtitling & Sign Language on Television

A question in parliament around subtitling on television: Rosie Cooper (PPS (Mr Ben Bradshaw, Minister of State), Department of Health; West Lancashire, Labour) What steps are being taken to ensure that television programmes are accessible to deaf children—and deaf adults,...

Post about iPlayer on Noesis

Earlier I knocked together a post on iPlayer, over at Noesis. If you're interested in iPlayer issues, you might want to read....

BBC Vision Celebrates 100% Subtitling

The BBC says it has now reached a 100% subtitling target in respect of television: BBC Vision has confirmed that it has reached its target of subtitling 100% of programs on its main channels - BBC One, BBC Two, BBC...

Deaf Rave on TV this week & Deaf FM

Deaf Rave is on television this week, except there's no subtitles. Deaf Rave quotes: Deaf Rave on Current Tv tonight 6.32pm Sky Channel 193 and on repeat through out the week! And also out in the US! Program mainly for...

Number 10 website: subtitling multimedia content?

Several weeks ago I submitted this petition at the Number 10 website: We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to: 'add subtitles to all multimedia content online produced by Number 10, & respective government departments' Downing Street currently has video...

Porn site, with subtitles & audio description

It had to happen. There's now a porn site that carries subtitles. It also provides audio description and zoom in for blind people too. Users can also listen to graphic descriptions of saucy photos. For those who are not blind...

Songs of Praise, subtitled the hard of hearing way

Adam Buxton subtitled a hymn as it sounds or looks to the hard of hearing: Hearies seem to think its funny judging by the comments, and probably a good way to get a point across via humour. What hymn is...

BBC & accessible online content

If you are interested in forthcoming plans by BBCi to address subtitling and BSL through its website, go here....

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