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.


Read more at:

Get the Media Source Newsletter on your smartphone or tablet now!



Latest News

Black Christian Conservative Vanderbilt Professor Carol Swain Says Facebook Has Blocked Her Account, Calls It ‘Religious Discrimination'

Vanderbilt Professor Carol Swain, a highly respected black Christian conservative, tells Breitbart News Facebook blocked her account for more than 26 hours.


Ark Encounter readies for July '16 opening

Ken Ham, founder and president of Answers in Genesis, says the opening date was chosen from Genesis 7:7...


Family Research Council Commends Evangelical Theological Society's Resolutions on Marriage, Human Sexuality

The Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), the nation's premier body of Evangelical Protestant scholars...


AM Order Produces Mixed Reactions

The industry’s dominant trade association agrees. “We think this was a good outcome, and we will continue to work with the FCC to develop...


More News