Internet Resource Links Related to Hearing Loss

Captioning Links

  • C-Print http://www.ntid.rit.edu/cprint/
    A summary transcription service used to provide communication access to classrooms, meetings, etc. Similar to CART, except that computers are used instead of stenography equipment, and the training period is much shorter. Transcripts are not word-for-word, but meaning-for-meaning. See the website for a list of training dates.
  • The Caption Center www.wgbh.org/caption
  • CaptionLit: Post-production Videocaptioning Services for Corporate Training, Instructional, Entertainment & Legal videos
    Contact:   Yona Diamond Dansky, award winning educator, captioning advocate, experienced captioner. Realtime captioning or cart services also available for meetings or conferences.Yona@captionlit.com 215 836-5015, 215 485-0094 cell, 215 836-9348 fax
  • Captioned Media Program www.cfv.org
    Huge library of captioned films to choose from. Enter a title and see if they have a captioned version of it! Great site for educators!
  • Communique Text2U www.text2u.com
    Provide remote realtime captioning through TextStreaming via the internet
  • G&G Video - CCmaker www.CCmaker.com 1-800-527-0551
    They add closed-captions to video programming. Have special rate for VHS tapes used in the classroom.
  • Microsoft's New Captioning Technology www.microsoft.com/enable/
  • National Center for Accessible Media (CPB/WGBH) www.wgbh.org/ncam
  • National Court Reporters Foundation
    Contact 703-556-6289 (tty) 703-556-6291 (fax) 800-272-6272 (voice) for information on qualified CART providers in your area.
  • Portable laptop stands www.stenograph.com/, www.instand.com/
  • RapidText http://www.rapidtext.com/ 949-399-9200 (voice); 949-399-9273 (tty)
    Services include captioning videos, producing transcripts of videos, and remote realtime captioning.
  • Typewell www.typewell.com
    A summary transcription service used to provide communication access to classrooms, meetings, etc. Similar to CART, except that computers are used instead of stenography equipment, and the training period is much shorter. Transcripts are not word-for-word, but meaning-for-meaning. See the website for a list of training dates.
  • Washington School for the Deaf http://www.deafweb.org/wsd1.htm
    Produces captioning for schools and non-profit organizations only. 360-696-6525 x 353
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