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FCC Votes to Improve Closed Captions

February 20, 2013

The FCC has voted unanimously to require program creators and distributors to make their best efforts to improve the quality of closed captioning. While there were no quantitative standards, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler said this was not an "act it and forget it" item.

 


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