Closed Captioning

Closed captioning (or abbreviated: CC) and subtitling are both processes of displaying text on a television, video screen, or other visual display to provide additional or interpretive information. Both are essentially the same and typically used as a transcription of the audio portion of a program as it occurs (either verbatim or in edited form), sometimes including descriptions of non-speech elements. Other uses have been to provide a textual alternative language translation of a presentation's primary audio language which is usually burned-in (or open) to the video and not selectable (or closed).
Posts about Closed Captioning
  • The Benefits of Video for Search, Social, Email, Support… and More!

    … on virtually every element of your digital marketing efforts. Find out in our infographic below which contains a super amount of information including how marketers are currently using video, ways to amplify the popularity of your video content and the increasing power of sharing (plus, loads of intriguing stats). Take1 Take1, a transcription service, also makes a compelling case for closed captioning, transcripts and adding subtitles to your videos. Here’s the infographic: © 2016 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 24 readers -
  • Google Reporting Live From…Your TV?

    …. What’s Next? Of course, this will once again bring up the issue of privacy. What if you don’t want Google knowing what TV shows you are watching? Can you turn off this capability or do you need to watch TV with closed captioning for the rest of your life? I am sure we will be hearing about more developments in the near future. Personally, I feel…

    Kyle Lambert/ SEER Interactivein Paid Search SEO Google- 15 readers -