Cablecast Community Media will preview its Version 7.7 software at the NAB Show NAB Show (April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center) at the Westgate Hospitality Suites adjacent to […]
VoiceInteraction is set to unveil Version 7.0 of its Product Suite at the NAB Show (April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center) in Booth W2549. These AI-driven platforms combine […]
AI-driven automated captioning for broadcasters continues its upward trajectory of accuracy and speed, while more recently the service is evolving toward hybrid on-prem and cloud models and multi-language translation capabilities. Above, Lexi is the cloud-hosted automatic captioning service from Ai-Media.
Fox Corp. CTO and President of Digital Paul Cheesbrough and Jeff Dow, its EVP, media & broadcast operations, offered a rare glimpse into how the company built a new cloud-centric architecture that feeds all of its broadcast and digital streams in a TVNewsCheck webinar last week.
As part of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, the VHA Employee Education System (EES) delivers an extensive range of training content, wellness programming, and departmental communications to VA […]
With its publication in the Federal Register, the comment deadlines for the FCC’s request for input on making multichannel video programming distributors’ closed captioning settings more accessible have been set. Initial comments are due Feb. 17 and replies March 4.
Tightrope Media Systems is expanding the closed captioning options in its Cablecast Community Media broadcast automation, playout and content publishing platform with a new cloud-based captioning engine and enhanced third-party integration. Community broadcasters using Cablecast VIO servers can trigger […]
Continuous advances in AI, machine learning and natural language processing have boosted automated closed captioning’s value well beyond regulation compliance. Above: The caption edit user interface for Digital Nirvana’s Trance transcription and captioning solution.
Digital Nirvana, a provider of media-monitoring and metadata generation services, has introduced Trance 3.2, the latest version of its enterprise-grade, cloud-based application for closed captioning and transcription. Trance 3.2 has […]
EEG Video, a provider of closed captioning technology, has introduced CDI Alta. This latest update to EEG’s Alta IP Video Captioning Encoder extends its support to Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) […]
EEG Video, a provider of closed captioning technology, has upgraded its popular Falcon Live Streaming RTMP Encoder. With the introduction of HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) output mode, Falcon now provides […]
ENCO has shifted its business operations to a modernized office space in Novi, Mich., just 17 miles from the company’s longtime Southfield headquarters. The company says the newly constructed, 12,000-square-foot […]
Wanting a more cost-effective way to close caption its content, Circle City Broadcasting’s CW affiliate WISH Indianapolis selected the automated enCaption4 system from ENCO to meet its both its scheduled and late-breaking captioning needs. Prior […]
AI- and cloud-based captioning systems offer ever-improving accuracy for broadcasters, while the real incentive to adopt them is dramatically lower costs than manual captioning workflows.
Digital Nirvana, a provider of media-monitoring and metadata generation services, has released Version 3.0 of its Trance enterprise-grade, cloud-based application for closed captioning and transcription. Trance 3.0 boasts enhancements that […]
KTBS (ABC) and KPXJ (CW) Shreveport, La. (DMA 86), needed a more streamlined and cost-efficient method of meeting FCC mandates for closed captions. After evaluating several captioning products, the evaluation team at KTBS LLC. chose ENCO’s enCaption4 […]
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group have set a multi-year, strategic collaboration with Amazon Web Services to offer faster and at-scale solutions for content creators and distributors. Additionally, Deluxe selected AWS as […]
VoiceInteraction will be showcasing the sixth generation of its automatic closed captioning product, Audimus.Media, at next week’s NAB Show (booth SU11021). The company’s flagship product, Audimus.Media, was built upon VoiceInteraction’s speech processing technology as a […]
Digital Nirvana offers a repertoire of knowledge management technologies and solutions. It will be in Booth SU9807. MonitorIQ 6.0 — MonitorIQ is a leading broadcast-monitoring solution from Digital Nirvana that […]
Eventually, Congress or the White House is going to cave and the FCC will be back to its old self. That’s too bad. Wouldn’t it be nice if the shutdown of some pointless and counterproductive broadcast regulations were permanent?
To accommodate the hearing impaired, the FCC requires stations to caption news and other live programming that they broadcast with minimal delays between the audio and captions. Some broadcasters would like to go beyond the regulatory mandate and caption all the programming they put on digital media. Automated captioning, helped by artificial intelligence, is closing in on making that a real possibility.
At the NAB Show New York 2018, Global Media Solutions and Services Provider Digital Nirvana will present its content-based metadata creation app Metadator for Avid media platform users, cloud-based closed […]
Many streaming video providers offer movies and television shows with embedded text descriptions for those who cannot hear the words being spoken.
ENCO & Actus Digital | Booths N2024 & SU11021 | Websites: http://www.enco.com/ & http://actusdigital.com/ ENCO has forged a partnership with Belgium-based broadcast compliance monitoring specialists Actus Digital, with ENCO becoming the first North American distributor of Actus’ […]
Digital Nirvana | Booth SU14312 | Website: www.digital-nirvana.com Digital Nirvana, developers of media management products, will show its full line of products and services. With new service offerings to be announced […]
The NCTA has asked the FCC to make it clear that pay TV operators are not responsible for seeking closed-captioning registration or compliance certification for every show that runs on each programming network.
Modified programmer compliance certifications and complaint procedures to take effect on Sept. 22. Video programmers will have to provide annual certifications to the FCC concerning their provision of captioning and their compliance with the commission’s quality control process. Additionally, the commission has revised the way that complaints about captions are to be processed.
It moves to clarify which entities are responsible for which parts of the delivery and quality of closed captions on television and also simplifies the FCC’s certification processes.
Patriot Media Group, a division of U.S. International Media, has been appointed as the sales representative for The Weather Channel’s Closed Captioning sponsorships. “We are excited to partner with Patriot […]
As a quick refresher, the FCC adopted closed caption quality standards and technical compliance rules to ensure video programming is fully accessible to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. In April 2014, the FCC announced a series of effective dates for the requirements, and in December 2014 it extended a Jan. 15, 2015, deadline for compliance with certain rules to March 16. Here’s a rundown of those requirements.
Closed captioning is designed to help the deaf and hearing-impaired enjoy television. But the captions are often riddled with typos or incomplete sentences that leave viewers struggling to make sense of what’s being said. Now the FCC is doing something about it. On Thursday, the agency is expected to adopt new rules that it hopes will improve the quality of closed captioning.
NEW YORK (AP) — A TV captioning service has apologized for misidentifying “New Girl” star Zooey Deschanel as one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects on a Texas news broadcast. […]
By next March 30, stations must provide captioning for the hearing impaired of any full-length newscasts that they simulcast online live or stream within 24 hours of their original broadcast. A number of vendors are working on solutions to this difficult task and say they’ll be ready by the spring deadline.