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July 2014: TTE Transcripts Worldwide, Ltd. Offers Captioning Solutions for Health Care Practitioners, Companies, and Organizations.
A valuable tool for many health care providers, telehealth is increasingly becoming part of the conversation and overall strategy of health care delivery. Yet, for the person who is deaf or hard-of-hearing, telehealth and telemedicine advancements can pose a unique accessibility challenge. TTE Transcripts Worldwide, Ltd. offers captioning solutions to help health care practitioners, companies, and organizations make telehealth options accessible for those with hearing impairments. Read more of the press release…
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NCRA Tech Tracker: Seeking User Feedback for IdeaScribe
Does your business have a use for transcription to turn recorded notes or interviews into typed documents? The Wall Street Journal covers a story on how you could qualify to Beta test a new transcription app. TTE Transcripts Worldwide, is seeking users of iOS mobile devices to serve as beta testers for the IdeaScribe(R) App.
Whether you’re a media personality, subject-matter expert, business professional, health care practitioner, college professor, or professional speaker, a good vocal rhythm makes a better audio recording and improves people’s understanding of what you’re saying. In real-time transcription and captioning, vocal rhythm becomes even more important.
Three Tips for Successful Real-Time Transcription and Captioning
With the increasing public focus and awareness on media accessibility for those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing and the new FCC requirements for closed captioning in TV and video, real-time (also known as live) transcription and captioning is being used more and more frequently. So, how can you make those transcripts and captions most effective?
New Closed Captioning Rules From The FCC
Accuracy, synchronicity, program completeness, and placement are key components in new non-technical quality standards for television and video programming closed captioning. The new United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules also address technical issues regarding closed captioning. The FCC first adopted closed captioning rules to improve programming accessibility for individuals with hearing impairments more than 16 years ago.