closed-captioned


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broadcast with captions that are seen only on receivers having special equipment

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The Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications Ministry will ask broadcasters to disclose plans to boost closed-captioned programming and will expand government subsidies for it, the officials said.
newscast, "News Beat," anchored by Bruce Hamilton and Jennifer Ward, will be closed-captioned.
These half-hour programs are produced in full color and the DVD format comes with a closed-captioned feature and allows for both English and Spanish language tracks, chapter select ability, as well as discussion questions and activities.
Each of their selected titles are available as closed-captioned videos, DVDs, hardcover books/cassette, and hardcover book/CD editions.
The designers have paid special attention to travelers with disabilities, with such features as sensors embedded in the floors for passengers using special canes, Braille lettering in elevators and washrooms, ``talking'' elevators, closed-captioned monitors, visual paging systems, check-in counter microphones and headsets, and visual fire alarms.
Each closed-captioned video will include a teacher's guide and will be 23 minutes in length with a suggested retail price of $29.