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FCC Seeks Input On State Of Online Clip Captioning

December 16, 2013

The FCC's Media Bureau Friday sought comment on the state of closed captioning of IP-delivered video clips online. The captioning mandate applies to broadcast and cable content re-airing on the Web, not to Web-original video.

 


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