Multiscreen presenting challenges for mandated closed captioning

Broadcasters--who are noticeably reluctant to do so--and online video providers are in a hurry-up mode when it comes to complying with FCC rules passed in 2012 that require TV programs and moves to have closed captions even if they're being shown on online video. Even more onerous, at least to those who object to these rules, even short clips should be considered part and parcel and have captions as well. FierceOnlineVideo's Samantha Bookman takes a detailed look at this potentially contentious space. Full article here.

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