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NAB, NCTA Pitch FCC on Online Clip Captioning Flexibility

July 8, 2014

Broadcasters and cable operators are on the same page when it comes to providing captions for online video clips: Online clips should not be held to the same quality standard as full-length captions on TV programming, and the clip requirement for time-sensitive clips should not kick in before mid-to-late 2017.


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