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Here, in one place, is everything you’ve ever wanted to know about closed captioning and related technologies, written by one of the foremost experts in the field. This book will take you through the history of captioning, the technology, the laws, the social issues, and case studies.
The light, easy-to-read style makes this book suitable for techies and non-techies alike, and as one reviewer said, “The Glossary and references are worth the price of the book.”
Whether you’re in the broadcast business, you’re deaf or hard-of-hearing, or you’re a court reporter or realtime captioner, this book has something for you.
Inside Captioning is now out of print, but I do have a more recent (and more comprehensive) book, The Closed Captioning Handbook.
Journal of Court Reporting
“A remarkable job of covering a lot of topics in an organized fashion suitable for any captioner’s reference library.”
“Fascinating reading from a premier person in the burgeoning field of communications.”
“The Glossary and references are worth the price of the book.”
– Robert MacPherson